When I first started traveling, I was unprepared for the experiences that were about to unfold. My only hope was to get a better understanding of the many cultures that makes the world such a unique place. I also have a great love for people and wanted to meet as many people as I possibly could. That experience did come to light as I move from one part of the globe to another.
I can honestly say that of all the countries I have traveled around the world, not one place share the same similarity. From the poor and hungry in the far east to the middle east and from the squatters camp in Soweto to the Aborigines down in Australia, all embraced their own sets of values which has no comparison yet there are some values that enables the traveler to see that in spite of these unique cultural differences, people do share one thing in common. The will to embrace others who they may consider to be different in many ways.