Author: Preston Nix

I'm on a quest to see every country in the world before I die. I was fortunate to have traveled a lot growing up, and have made a conscious effort to see many more. I travel to meet the people, see the sites, and live the life. Additionally, I try to find a business that the country I am in could use. So, find a gap in the economy that could be filled with a business from another country. Therefore, this blog will be useful for people trying to learn more about random countries, for family who want to make sure I am alive, and for people interested in what other countries are missing. Hope you enjoy and feel free to leave your e-mail if you would like to get in contact with me. Especially if you are interested in any investment opportunities in the countries I visit.
By Preston Nix

My Yacht Week Guide

  After my one and only Yacht Week trip, I feel like there is a lot missing on the internet about how to do it effectively…especially for the Greece-Athens leg. I’m sure I am missing quite a bit, so if anyone has any other thoughts/recommendations, please send them my way. First of all, The Blonde…

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#55 – Greece

Greece can be two different types of a trip. The first is a beach vacation. Think Santorini, Mikonos, islands, yachting, etc. The second type is historical: Delphi, Marathon, Acropolis, etc. You can do a bit of both, but few people would want to do both fully, and a mix of the two is what I did…

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#54 Kurdistan (Iraq)

Kurdistan is a fascinating place that I will get into trouble for visiting. Yes it is in Iraq, and yes, Iraq contains active war-zones, but Kurdistan is quite possibly one of the safest, friendliest places I have ever been. No, it’s not the most beautiful or most relaxing, but neither is Texas, and both are…

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#29 Ethiopia

Addis Ababa (Spend 3 days here, I spent 1 night) In Ethiopia I spent 2.5 hours in line to get a stupid visa (at one point 30 people were in line for 1 attendant, and she was doing everything by hand) and a free hotel room (I would have preferred a shorter wait, but whatever)….

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