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Travel Development

Updated 2/25/16

Only a certifiable nerd curates the 3 most credible resources:  Travel Development and Trip Planning

  1. Nomadic Matt: Travel Starts At Home
  2. Chris Guillebeau: Your One Place
  3. Leave Your Daily Hell: How To Plan Your First Trip Abroad

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Travel Development

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“Feel free to draw any inspiration, no matter how stolid or silly, when considering where to go.  The fanciful idea of learning to tango, for instance, might make you consider visiting Argentina.  A childhood fascination with Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom might inspire you to seek out the beast of Botswana.  Perhaps reading Kerouac’s On the Road will make you want to strike out and see America.

An interest in table tennis might take you to China; a rugby addiction might send you to New Zealand or Fiji.  The legend of Prester John might lure you to Ethiopia, a passion for butterflies might send you to Costa Rica; a surfing yen might land you in Australia.  A curiosity about your ancestry might call you back to Scotland, the Philippine, or Cuba.  Maybe your mother’s European hitchhiking trip in the late seventies will inspire you to follow in her footsteps.  Maybe you’ll head to Singapore just to see how it measure up to the Tom Waits song of the same name.  Maybe you’ll hit Djibouti simple because the mention of this country made you giggle in junior high geography class.  There’s even an outside chance that the Taj Mahal snow globe you’ve cherished since childhood will prompt you to visit India.” – Rolf Potts, Vagabonding

Journey far,

― Joe


I haven’t been everywhere yet, but it’s on my list.
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