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Gary is currently in Delphi, (Nov 1st, 2014)
My name is Gary Arndt. In March 2007 I set out to travel around the world...
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As much as I travel, there are certain subject I simply cannot speak to authoritatively. As an American, I’m in one of the best position to travel in terms of getting visas to other countries. Many people in the world are not so fortunate. Getting visas to travel if you live outside of Western Europe or North America can sometimes be a nightmare.
I’ve asked Savi and Vid, two Indian travelers, to tell their story of how they travel as citizens of India and have overcome the problems of getting visas to other countries.
There are lessons to be learned here for citizens of many countries who have difficulty getting visas to travel.
There is no dearth of inspirational travel quotations on the internet. Every once in a while, we stumble on something that reads ‘Pick a bag, book a ticket, and go travelling’ or ‘Book a ticket and follow your dreams’. We’re pretty sure the said quotations and accompanying photos of faraway lands have tempted many a globetrotter out there. But we’ve learnt to toss them aside with a smile.
Every so often I showcase the work of other travel photographers on my site. Today I’d like to introduce you to Laurence Norah. He has been traveling around the world since 2009 and blogging and photographing his travels since 2010. He is well known for his stunning landscape images which has garnered him a large online following.
I’ve met Laurence several times at conferences in Europe and I’ve always been a fan of his work. He is one of a select group of online travel photographers who have had great success with his work.
Enough of me yammering, here are his photos….
It has been a while since I’ve done a general update on my travels. This year has been pretty busy with several months in Africa an a 2.5 month road trip across Western Canada and the United States.
Things will start to slow down a bit now, although slowing down is a bit relative. I’ll be moving quite a bit the next two months, but it is pretty low intensity as most of my travel will be attending conferences.
Come November I’ll be looking for a place to stay for a few months. I can really be anywhere in the world. If you have any suggestions, I’d love to hear them.
Here is a breakdown of where I’ll be going the next 2 months: