Don't die holding a boring passport....
It's a big world - and there are people who have
been everywhere and learned nothing. So I make it a point in my
travels to be a cultural chameleon - to open up to new experiences
and let those experiences change me. I have only
scratched the surface of understanding all that the world has to offer.
Please click on an active area of the small map below to view any of the
travel pages, or for a shortcut to my favorite
spots, just click here for
Kruger National Park,
here for Prague, here for
Athens in 2006 and in
2003, here for
The Great Wall Of China or here for
Sydney in 2007 and in
2001. Bon Voyage.
There's a quote I heard a while back
that rings true on travel, "Don't tell me how old you are or how
educated you are. Tell me how much you've traveled... then I'll tell
you how much you know." To that end, below is a push pin map
that I keep in
my office to remind me of how much and how little I know...
By any reasonable standard, I travel a lot. In a busy year I fly
100,000 miles and in a slow year I fly around 50,000 miles. While I often
have to travel too much, I have found that when I don't travel for a
month or so, I start to miss it. Vincent Price is quoted as saying
"if you're always curious, you'll never be bored".
Along those miles, I have learned a few things about traveling as
well. I have captured some travel tips,
opinions and experience on a separate page.
All of the travel pages of whatIdream.com are
mirrored at www.mackeyinc.com. Some of the travel portion of this site is mirrored
in a different format at the first website I ever attempted at
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