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

#27 Kenya

Kenya is a great introduction to Africa, and I highly recommend it for people who want to get a taste of the continent. A lot of people also tend to come here for mission trips, and it’s a good place to do so. It’s poor but safe, and developed enough to have what you need….

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#52 Brunei

On my way from Mt. Kinabalu in Malaysia I decided to take a brief stop into Brunei. I have met people who had been to Brunei before and they warned me that it was a bit boring, and man were they right. I was lucky enough to make some connections to people in Brunei who…

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#51 Malaysia

Malaysia is a nice country. Not my favorite in Southeast Asia, but definitely worth a visit. It is safe, different, relatively cheap, and has plenty to do. Not as “fun” as Bali, Thailand, Vietnam, or parts of Philippines, but definitely a nice break from these places if you want to do some adventuring.   Kuala…

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#50 Thailand

Thailand has been one of the top countries on my list to visit since I was 15, along with Turkey and South Africa, and so I’ve finally been to each of these and Thailand did not disappoint. I think a part of me wanted the experience to be subpar so that it wouldn’t live up to…

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