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25+ Best Southeast Asia Travel Quotes

I have spent a bit over six months traveling around Southeast Asia. I love the region’s fabulous food, rich culture, low-cost, and tropical landscapes. I selected these Best Southeast Asia Travel Quotes to show you what this region is all about.
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20+ Best Quotes About Leisure Travel

In small doses, I love resorts, amusement parks, and festivals during my long-term travels. They are like the perfect little break when traveling intensely around the world. I selected these quotes because they capture why I treasure these travel experiences.
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My 3 Most Magical Travel Stories from Yaizu, Gatchina, and Cairo

Two of the best moments of my life occurred while traveling. The first was the overwhelming kindness of Japanese people that I met spending summer 1979 as a fourteen-year-old exchange student in Yaizu, Japan. The second was an unexpected exclusive visit and dinner at the Czarist summer palace in…
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When I read these best money and travel quotes, I think about Dubai. It is stunning that Dubai was just a tiny pearl-diving village fifty years ago. Today, no city seems to ooze money like Dubai. Photo by Ivan Siarbolin from Pexels

30+ Best Money and Travel Quotes

Many people use money as an excuse to not travel as much as they would like. But, it doesn’t have to be. Read these quotes about travel and money from my Fifty-Plus Nomad blog and Facebook group page. to worry about money less and travel more.
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15 Pros and Cons of Third World Versus First World Travel

Everyone who can travel worldwide should visit countries in the developing, third world, and the developed world (Western Europe, USA/Canada, Australia/New Zealand, etc.). This post outlines the advantages and disadvantages of third-world and first world travel.
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Granada Nicaragua is a place all potential expat retirees should consider. It is stunning beautiful, has rich history and culture, and is lo cost. By Carlos Adampol -https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=15395746)

30+ Best Expat Life Quotes

Many people hesitate to live the life of their dreams abroad. But, it doesn’t have to be that way. Read these quotes about expat life from my Fifty-Plus Nomad blog and Facebook group page to worry less and start our new life overseas.
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Lake Bacalar in Southern Quintana Roo in Mexico (about two hours south of Cancun) is also called the lagoon of seven colors. The lagoon creates spectacular colors based on its unique geological features. It also has some of the world's oldest life forms. Bacalar's one-of-a-kind geology makes it one of Mexico's extremely cool fun facts. (photo from pxfuel)

70+ Fun Facts About Mexico For Travelers

I feel blessed to live in Mexico. I love Mexican culture, food, and archaeology. I carefully selected these fun facts about Mexico to show some of the joys and challenges facing my adopted new homeland.
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I loved eating pizzas like this in Naples. Almost every day for two weeks in Naples I tried different pizzas. Hard life, huh? Hopefully, these food and travel quotes will inspire you to embark on your culinary adventures, too. (Photo by Kai Pilger from Pexels)

30+ Best Food and Travel Quotes

Trying and learning about new foods is one of the joys of traveling and living abroad long-term. This page of quotes about traveling and food will help inspire you to hit the road to try new foods, too.
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Travel Industry Consolidations: Are They Good for Consumers?

Probably the most significant change in the travel industry in the past couple of decades has been the industry’s rapid consolidation. Read this post to discover how few travel players really exist in the market today. and how this rapid consolidation has affected consumers.
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