If you are finally jumping into the traveling groove, you have probably heard of some travel programs or seen signs in the airport pointing down a special path for frequent travelers and work travelers. So let's talk about the two most well-known programs that make airports just a little more bearable. The TSA Pre-Check program and Global Entry program are just a few ways to cut your time in customs or security check.
Traveling for work isn't exciting as it sounds sometimes. It is nothing like leisure travel. Whether you're a consultant or flight attendant, life on the road can start to wear you out. You sleep in a hotel about 3-5 nights a week. You get fat from eating out every day. You forget how to cook. You start to pay rent for a place you barely sleep in. Oh and you blame traveling for being single because you're never in one place to even start a relationship.
Words do no justice when it comes to sharing the experiences you have when traveling. For those caught up in wanderlust, you know exactly what I mean. Your pictures will tell a story, and I promise, it doesn’t take professional skills. For those new to the DSLR world, I will share some simple concepts that helped me take the pictures I wanted (or at least understand what all that lingo meant on my camera).
It was awkward sometimes going to Turkey as a child. The black race is very small in their population (if even counted at all), so seeing two darker shades of children with massive curly tight hair bouncing around on the local city bus in a small town, that you can't even point out on a map, can be very odd. But regardless of my people's curiosity, it was home.