Traveling soon? Just remember, as long as there is air to breathe, you can go anywhere!
Traveling around the world and having choices is one of life’s greatest pleasures. Here I will share with you my experience from all my travels. I hope it will give you some insight into the world and how to make your travels more enjoyable.
My name is Steve Smith, and I am an avid traveler. From the time I was a young girl, I have always wanted to visit new places and explore different cultures. When I was young, we would often go on vacation to different parts of the country or even to other countries for a few weeks at a time. Later in life, I decided that I wanted to make traveling a part of my career.
As a result, over the years, I have been fortunate enough to visit many wonderful places around the world. One of my favorite destinations is Africa because of its many beautiful landscapes, wildlife and rich culture. Another place that continues to fascinate me is South America because of its diverse geography and people. Finally, there are many countries in Europe that are fascinating due to their history and architecture.
I hope that this blog will help you plan your next trip or give you ideas for future trips!
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Where shall we go today? What would you like to see?
As long as there is air to breathe, you can go anywhere. No matter how old you are or how much money you have, no matter what has happened before, right now you can choose to take one step in a new direction.
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Our motto: As long as there is air to breathe, you can go anywhere.
When traveling, remember there is air everywhere. So long as you can breathe, you can go anywhere. If you are on a plane and the oxygen masks are deployed, your choices will be limited. But if you follow this blog, I will show you how to access the best places in the world.
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I’m so excited to be writing again for you all! Last time we left off, I was about to travel to Paris, France. Now that I’ve finally made it there, let me fill you in on how it went.
My first night there, I found an affordable hotel in the city center. It was a nice getaway from all the noise of the busy streets and cars. I checked into my room and promptly went down to the lobby to ask where the closest restaurant was. The man at the front desk told me that there was one right down the street and suggested that I go right now because they were closing soon. They had amazing Italian food and a great atmosphere, making it hard not to enjoy.
Afterwards, I walked back to my hotel room and tried getting some sleep before my big day tomorrow. Unfortunately, my excitement kept me up until 3 in the morning thinking about what I’d see and do while there!
“No reality of human existence is more tangible than economic inequality.”
“Economic disparity is the root cause of most of our troubles in the world today.”
“Nothing is more urgent for our national well being than achieving a more equitable distribution of wealth and income.”
These statements sound like something one might hear from a presidential candidate in a Democratic primary, or from a union organizer, or perhaps from an Occupy Wall Street protester. But in fact, they are all attributed to Alan Greenspan, the former chairman of the Federal Reserve.
How can we make sense of this apparent contradiction? Greenspan was not just some loyal apparatchik who was singing his party’s song. He worked for Republican presidents, including Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan, and he was respected across partisan lines. And yet he also said “I am shocked at the level of income inequality,” and that “the concentration of incomes at the top has brought with it increasing economic instability and may be instrumental in leading to recessions.”
Greenspan himself provides a clue. In his book Age of Turbulence , he writes: “To me there have always been three prime areas for intervention by government: education, because skills are increasingly important in an advanced economy; infrastructure investment, because it helps productivity growth