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a walking trip or tour

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a public stroll by a celebrity to meet people informally

nomadic excursions into the bush made by an Aborigine

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All the vehicles went walkabout at Hollywood on Monday.
Charles Kennedy went walkabout in his home town of Fort William yesterday afternoon, having earlier been in Fort Augustus in support of his LibDem colleague, Danny Alexander
Mr Kennedy was surrounded by placard-carrying supporters when he went walkabout in Newcastle city centre on the first day of the General Election campaign.
G'day cobbers in Cov from Gill Tibbetts, of Laurence Saunders Road, Radford, Coventry, who whipped out the Evening Telegraph when she went walkabout in Ayers Rock, Australia.
HOLLYWOOD star Tom Cruise went walkabout last night at the British premiere of his latest film Minority Report.
Flying Millie, the product of a travelling Australian stallion, went walkabout on her debut, but still won to complete an across-the-card double for jockey Richard Hughes at Windsor last night, writes Bruce Jackson.
A PS32,000 stuffed wolf who went walkabout from the home of Rolling Stone Charlie Watts's granddaughter has been handed in to police.
At least mine went better than another guest speaker who lost her son's tortoise when he went walkabout in class 2.
As he went walkabout through Wolverhampton, the Conservative Party leader met local actor and DJ Goldie.
Ben Wears went walkabout to retain his national under-17 crown - and celebrated with an international call-up.
Pupils and staff beat a personal record when they went walkabout for the Echo Ty George hospice appeal.
Her prized toy went walkabout when she was on a day out in Newcastle last month.
Fans were invited to swig from a bottle with a camera attached, while Leo went walkabout, stuffing a pen camera down girls' tops.
So when publican Spike Jefford went out for the day, she refused to stay at home - and went walkabout too.
The beasts went walkabout at the snow sports centre at Hillend, near Edinburgh, after getting through a hole in a fence from a nearby farm.