Best Travel Destinations Without A Passport

Best Travel Destinations Without A Passport

“The new definition of luxury is no longer a 6-star hotel with flunkeys and banquets and ever more exquisite spas, but is an experience created for your own personal preferences that combines enrichment, enjoyment and education, with the time to appreciate your surroundings at a price that represents value for money. ”

Hear that! You can create your own personal experience that will qualify you for the luxury travel classification.

You can plan to, one day, visit India’s Taj Mahal – a new Seven Wonders of the World landmark so voted by a reported 100 million people who cast their ballots via internet or by phone; or, you can plan to, one day, visit Machu Picchu in Peru, Brazil’s Statue of Christ the Redeemer, the Colosseum in Rome, the Mayan ruins at Chichen Itza in Mexico or Jordan’s Petra which were also accorded that status.

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I passed near the Colosseum twice while visiting Rome. Anybody who has would have stopped awhile to look hard at the seemingly lifeless statues that lined the street. These human statues were, themself, impressive; but, still could not compare with the towering historic structure. Its magnificence comes alive again and again in reruns of movies like The Gladiator starring Russell Crowe and Ben Hur starring Charlton Heston.

In Barcelona – while on one of my Mediterranean cruises – I saw a human centaur who captivated dozens in a mini park.

You must say to yourself, “If that once, poor, barefoot black boy from Anguilla could do these things, I certainly can! And, you will! It’s so much easier to do – and, cheaper, too – in these more modern days!

The world has opened up. Today, people of all ages, races, classes, cultures, religions, beliefs and genders are travelling far and wide; and, there is, that was still growing – almost global – reciprocal acceptance.

Always try to get a working knowledge of the language of the places you plan to visit. This helps a lot; and, must be part of your preparation for each trip.

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