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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

Pictures of What I See Every Day

Hey all, So, today I think I am just going to post some pictures and give them captions. Next week we are moving something like 3,000 people. So, I will have some interesting stories then I am sure. These are a sampling of the houses we are building for people. We take the size of…

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The Local Communities and Kokiza

Hey everyone, Yesterday was really pretty awesome. We spent the morning going to the town we are building for the villagers we are relocating, called Kokiza and it’s incredible. At first you might think that relocating is a negative, but the way we are doing it is something I am really proud to be a…

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First Day on the Job

Today was my first day in the office, and it was even better than I had hoped. I spent the morning learning French, and meeting more of my team. We talked about my not only being American, but being Texan, and whether or not I had sisters (yes Ashley and Stephanie, I had to break…

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By Preston Nix

My First Day at Kibali

Bonjour! This is my first blog post, and bonjour is pretty much all of the French I know. This may not be ideal for a French speaking nation, but people have been very nice about it. The past few days trying to get here have been pretty hectic (22hours of flying, plus another 10 of…

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