Real Travelers have a code of conduct, they feel compelled to share information, they know to not is dangerous and not in the spirit of travel.
I live by a traveler's code of conduct, I feel obligate to tell the truth, it is the only protection for other travelers. I know inside information about place, that to me feels important enough, that is a must, that I must share.
This is contrary to what an Internet page does, they deny readers information that would not support their agenda. On the other hand I am the owner of many web sites, but refuse to hide or keep a secret that would cause a problem because of dishonesty by omission.
The Internet is complete dishonesty by omission, there leave out the whole picture to try to steer you toward their money making project. I refuse to accept this mentality, and truly causes me to lose money. Advertisers do not want the truth, they want support for their agenda.
I am real traveler, one day I will create a way to have people join this real travelers groups.
Andy Lee Graham Feb 21, 2012 14 years, and 90 countries.
I really enjoyed listening to this blog. I found it to be very informative. I have viewed many of your blogs. You are great. You bring information, personality, and the feeling that I am listening to an old friend that I can trust to your videos. I am looking forward to your book being published. Yes there are people listening every day. Also, we all get pissed off on occasion.
Of course each and every image, voice, programming or written content attempts to SELL us something for their own private interest. Such is life!