Hello, this is Andy Lee Graham
"World Traveler." I am in Africa.
114 countries - Lived Abroad 24 years
Paypal to Andy Lee Graham hoboontheroad AT yahoo.com
In the Game of Thrones, Sam says, “I’m tired of reading about the achievements of better men?
I was extremely naive when I first started writing travel missives 24 year ago, I just told the truth. After 24 years of writing, and making YouTube videos, I still write, and make videos the same, I tell the truth, but tell the travel insiders details on Everyday Hobo Social net
I will arrive in Togo Wednesday, July 6, 2022. It’s time for the leaders to lead, and end this pandemic.
Necessity is the mother of invention, which means, when the need for something becomes essential, you are forced to find ways of getting or achieving it. It’s necessary that I now lose 30 pounds to travel from country to country in West Africa.
I now have a physical disability, and I entered my 114th country yesterday, the West Africa country called “The Gambia.” The joy of travel is solving problems, it’s the fountain of youth. I believe everyone can travel the world if we deny the stop signs.
In my opinion, the best way to understand a country is to enter it by a land border this removes the rose colored glass effect fast. It took me 11 hours to travel from Dakar, Senegal to Banjul, The Gambia on Tuesday, June 21, 2022, thank you Andy Lee Graham.
Jussi, a man from Finland that has visited 136 countries said, “We have to choose where to be trapped.” We met in Nouakchott, Mauritania, and traveled to Dakar, Senegal together. I suspect he will fly to Praia, Cape Verde soon.
Many people hate their neighbors, therefore the world is overpopulated. Many people never leave the city, and say the world is overpopulated. Attempt to walk between cities, then say there are too many people.
It’s defined in the nature of our thoughts, that we think, and work on goals that we are capable of achieving. While our friends, and family will say our dreams are impossible, because they can only dream about what is possible for them, and cannot ascribe them to others.
Yesterday was my first day in Nouakchott, Mauritania, a day with 100 percent new experiences. This can be “culture shock,” however for me, I am home. It is like a spring day, new air, a new outlook on life.