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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

#28 Rwanda

Rwanda is the cleanest poor country I have ever been to. Apparently, once a month you are not allowed to drive, and everyone has to walk around and clean up. There is still trash of course, but not nearly as much as in other parts of the continent. If you want to go to Africa,…

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#25 Uganda

Like Kenya, Uganda is a popular spot for mission trips, and for first time travelers to Africa. It’s relatively safe, the Nile is pretty amazing, and there are some good parks throughout the country, and even gorillas in the southwest. They speak English, for the most part, and is somewhat easy to get around. The…

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#33 Croatia

Croatia had been high on my list for a while, and for good reason it seems. Dubrovnik is beautiful and is economically in an interesting position. It is the first time I have noticed a country that has developed economically enough to be a first world country, but not so much that it attracts a…

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#34 South Africa

  South Africa is my favorite country in the world so far (besides the U.S. of course). It feels almost cliche given how it may be the only African country someone goes to, and it is very different from the rest of the continent, but it really is incredible. There is a ton to do,…

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