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October 06, 2008


You're actually not weird for not having a passport. It may feel weird in Northern California, but it's not. I'm from the Midwest. The typical exotic vacations most people take is to Florida or Vegas.

The statistics I've seen range from 75% - 90% of Americans don't have a passport. I'm sure that number's come down since the 2007 changes requiring a passport to visit Canada, Mexico, Bahamas.

You're normal!

I'll take issue with your argument that "Travel People don't have much to show for it." I've been in South America for over a year. My Spanish is nearing perfection. I'm learning the intricacies of doing business and the Latino consumer. Anyone who reads world news or The World Is Flat knows that the future of business is going to be very different than it was for our parents and grandparents.

I'm a Travel Person and I'll be able to show concrete experience of doing business in these emerging markets.

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