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Travel Transformation 

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As I sit here for a pause and I try to adjust my jet lag, I can honestly say that I truly feel like I’ve traveled to the farthest of the East seeing some of the most magical wonders from the land down under onto the waters of New Zealand. Exploring to the north through the mysterious &;timeless traditions from Laos to Vietnam to the busy streets of hurried pedestrian surrounded with tables and tents of mountain merchandise in Korea. And then on to the West through the long lasting foundation built thru  core values and instilled morals, generations of loyalty, aristocracic legacies dated back centuries into the past. 

Learning through seeing the actual practice are not only cultural culturally diverse but spiritually embodied through hearing the persona of an individual perspective creates a Visual Nativity essentially transcribing principle behind the purpose of the unknown cannot be achieved without assumption or judgement towards cultural diversities of the unknown.

As I prepare to continue on his glorious Journey further to the West into the new aliens democracy and Independence I’m grateful for the history that was before me. When you take into consideration what it took to get where you are the forward projection begins to widen and become bright with an array options and endless opportunities. Materialistic possessions and conformity to traditional expectations become clearly defined as a consumption rather than a construction.

I invite you to join us on the second end of this epic and Unforgettable experience possible through the advancements in technology and appreciation of authentic relationships as we head to the tropical beauties stretching from the ocean and the Caribbean Sea all the way through the enormity of the unturned land as far north as Alaska. This is a #Globalsnapswap exploration into the virtual world through  personal perspective.

GOAL: 50 countries – 1 day – take a trip around the world from the palm of your hand! Let’s not only advanced in the technology but also embrace it through our minds and personalities that are altered through relationships. I truly hope that you all have enjoyed this experience as much as I have and I’m so grateful for each of the individuals for allowing us into their personal lives.