By Preston Nix

#45 Indonesia

I didn’t really know what to expect with Indonesia; it is the world’s largest Islamic-majority country in the world, has a ton of islands, and was once a Dutch colony. To be honest, I’ve never felt entirely at peace in a predominately Muslim country. It’s always been slightly awkward, a bit tense, and I hardly…

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#44 St. Kitts and Nevis

St Kitts and Nevis is a great island destination for a couple. It’s definitely not an adventure island, but good for two people who want nice beaches, hiking but aren’t looking for much nightlife. We stayed in Nevis as opposed to St. Kitts. It is a short ferry ride away from St. Kitts, and it…

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#43 Qatar

On the way back from India Lauren and I spent 24 hours in Doha, Qatar. It’s a very expensive country, but if you get a hotel by the art museum it’s really not so bad. Also, there isn’t too much to do, but you can go sand-duning, which is great. Until you get into a…

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India #42

After a layover in Paris, Lauren and I landed in New Dehli. One week in India is definitely not enough time to really experience the country, I understand that, but I felt a week in the more touristy part would at least give me a feel for the country. If I enjoyed Dehli, Agra, and Jaipur I…

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#40 Panama

Panama City (Spend 24-32 hours here, I did 38) Panama City, the capital of Panama, and home to the Panama Canal (they really just took a name they liked and stuck with it didn’t they), was a fine country where I felt save and welcomed. A good friend lived there for a time, told me…

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#39 Bahamas

Bahamas has always been a pretty big destination for Americans who want to get out of the country, but do something safe, familiar and close. Also, it has beautiful beaches to go long with its English and close proximity.  While a very cool country, with great people, it is pretty expensive. While this is the…

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#38 Chile

Chile is an incredibly safe and developed country. Honestly, I felt like I was just in Chicago or Houston, but where the languages were swapped (plenty of people spoke English too, just like plenty of people in America speak Spanish).  I went to Chile with the MBA program at TCU, but a few good friends…

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