Travel With Passion
Travel With Passion
Travel With Passion
I have nothing but travel memories with 190 countries and counting...
About Me: I graduated from a Law School in Vietnam in 1975 and California Polytechnic University, USA, 1981,majoring in an electronic engineering. I worked for Rockwell International (now Boeing) as an aerospace engineer in the Space Shuttle and GPS Military Satellite projects and now on my own. I love to travel with all passion and to write about my travels, the international histories and politics too. I actually started to travel outside USA since 1989 and more aggressive recently. Visit my travel blog at: http://www.travelblog.org. Thanks for reading my writing.
My Favorite Places:
Vietnam, Sri Lanka,Nepal, Brutan, Tibet, Burma,Russia, Antarctica, Iceland,Norway, New Zealand,Paris, Venice,Galapagos Island,Bora Bora Island,Maldives, Kenya, Uganda, Madagascar Island, Svalbard Island, Santorini Island, Mulu National Park, Samoa Island, Providential island . Palau island...
Toi di du lich khong phai toi co nhieu tien ma toi dung tat ca kha nang tai chanh cua minh de phuc vu cho nhung gi minh yeu thich. Toi di va an o voi nhung phuong tien that binh dan voi nhung khach san that binh thuong hoa dong voi dan dia phuong vi toi biet rang xung quanh toi va tren dat nuoc toi con rat nhieu nguoi lam than. Muc dich toi dua nhung chuyen di cua toi tren trang blog nay de the gioi biet ve Viet Nam, de ho hao dan toc Viet Nam toi di du lich de mo rong tam nhin cua minh roi tu do hoc hoi duoc su tu do, su tan tien o xu nguoi va mang ve bau khong khi moi hau dat nuoc toi duoc thanh binh tu do nhu xu nguoi. Toi viet cung vi su say me tren tung buoc di cua minh...viet ra de mai day doc lai coi nhu minh di lai mot lan nua va lan nay mien phi... de mai day gia nua ngoi mot cho doc lai doan duong minh da do qua.
“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.”
― Saint Augustin
Chào anh Đạt, Tôi thường theo dõi các travel blog về Việt Nam từ nhiều năm nay. Anh chị có lẽ là người Việt duy nhất (Việt kiều) kể chuyện bằng tiếng Việt và cũng có lẽ là cặp vợ chồng người Việt duy nhất trên thế giới đã đi du lịch tại hơn 100 nước. Đọc bài viết cảm nhận được liền cái tinh thần Việt Nam nữa, thật là ngưỡng mộ. Xin chúc anh chị luôn vui khoẻ và sẽ còn viết nhiều bài tường thuật nữa. Paul từ Canada
Dept. of Psychology, Cornell University: Prof. Thomas Gilovich: Want Happiness? Buy Experiences, Not Things, Says a Cornell Psychologist
It turns out that traveling makes us far happier than any material wealth ever does
Why do we head for the shops with such determination as soon as we have money in our wallets? With every new purchase we feel a little happier, but a few days later that satisfaction is often gone without a trace. We at Bright Side decided it was time to get to grips with this problem once and for all, and to make sense of how we can all find true happiness.
It turns out that the main impediment to happiness is adaptation. As soon as something we’ve bought becomes ordinary and unexciting, the level of life satisfaction we feel falls, and we’re forced to search around for the next purchase. This process is repeated again and again.
However, research carried out at Cornell University has found a way to break this damaging cycle. Psychology professor Thomas Gilovich has shown that we experience the same increase in happiness when we buy something we want and when we go traveling. But — and here’s the most important point — the amount of happiness we derive from our purchase falls over time, whereas the memories of our traveling experience continue to supply us with happiness hormones for much longer.
Going to various kinds of unusual events, going on trips, learning new skills, even extreme sport — all of these are an ideal source of happiness for each and every one of us. A new device or even a new car will eventually become just another ordinary object we own, or will otherwise become old and outdated. Every new memory, on the other hand, becomes a real source of joy that stays with us for our whole lives.
Frank Britton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Dat, thank you for the contact, it is always good to hear from fellow MTP travellers.
I was in Ethiopia in 1973 as part of my African Odyssey from Cape Town to Cairo.
My information is generally out of date now- Haile Selassie was on the throne then!
If I may suggest the following source of information to build up a good picture in preparation
for your journey- Rough Guide have just published their new Africa guide which is up to date.
I have a copy. It covers Ethiopia and gives good advice on a wide range of towns and cities,
transport, accommadation, safety and entry requirements.
I plan to travel West Africa over the next 3 years and will be using this or any new source along
with MTP entries, Wikitravel, Eyewitness travel, Wikipaedia and UNESCO's World Heritage List.
I hope this is of some use. Let me know how you get on. Best of luck on your travels.
Regards, Frank J Britton, Ireland
Could I interest you in a digital visit to Norway? In my new blog I present Norway and Norwegian nature to the world. Allthough it's a rather new blog, you'll already find several hundre pictures published from different locations throughout Norway, and you'ree welcome to take a peek :-) ( http://www.seenorway.wordpress.com )
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Enjoyed Hong Kong, firstname.lastname@example.org
We were there a little later in 1992, and the posted photos bring back a lot of memories. On more recent revisits, we see that a lot has changed, but it is still the top city in the world for us.