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Where Should Scorpio Go?

Travel for the ever-curious and lusty Scorpion must be a meal of sensual treats, so New Orleans's French Quarter and Sydney's Kings Cross are all likely to be high on their list. Any place where chance encounters, even strange ones, might take place would also work: The far reaches of Mongolia or Siberia might provide some surprises, as could the mean streets of Boston, Bogota or Bombay.

Intrepid Scorpions are drawn to unexpected places off the beaten track. It's easy to see why these folks often travel alone! Furthermore, Scorpions have a knack for seeing things through to the end, so if their pet cause is saving the rainforest, the redwoods or endangered whales, they'll go to where the action is and never, ever give up.

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