… Why Traveling Around The World?


Going to different places instead of staying in one place. I still remember the fomous Chinese philosophy Sun Tzu with the pharase ” Long Journey Start With Single Step”.

Why travel around the world?

“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.” — Saint Augustine

The Earth is filled with infinite experiences, wonders and once-in-a-lifetime opportunities.Much education is experienced in a classroom or through a textbook; those avenues do get the job done, but they aren’t nearly as fulfilling or effective as traveling the world is.See the world, and broaden your cultural, intellectual, and spiritual education like you could never have imagined.  last but not least traveling is best education possible.

It’s not about the money, it’s experience!


The photo I took in 2016 at Intramuros, Manila Philipines


“I Love Traveling , Let Me Guide U”

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Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did. So throw off the bowlines, Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails.  Explore. Dream. Discover.

– Mark Twain

Ever since I was a kid, just going around the ‘next bend’ on my bicycle, I have always loved the adventure of travel – the unknown, something different, something new. And I feel the same way today… even though now the ‘next bend’ may be on another continent. I have been extremely lucky to continuously feed my passion for travel. Many out there share my passion while others do not.  But, why do I love it so much?


I love the excitement of it all–feeling like an explorer–discovering a new land, a new language, new money and all the little challenges that go along with it. When I travel, I am more spontaneous and don’t live for the future or the past… just in the moment. Being impulsive and saying ‘yes’ to nearly everything is part of the fun.

I love meeting new people all the time. In no other time in my life have I met so many people and made so many new friends in such a short time.  The world is full of friendly, generous people. Sure, every place has its share of nitwits too, but as a traveler, you seem much less likely to meet them.  Maybe because people want to help you or maybe because you just don’t know some people long enough to uncover their schmuck-like tendencies. Since the nature of travel is to keep moving, these folks never become boring… because you simply don’t know them long enough to discover their flaws or get sick of them.

I love the freedom. I experience a great feeling of independence from traveling. I can go wherever I want, whenever I want. I can sleep in. I can stay out late. It’s all up to me.

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