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.
Tue, 21 Feb 2012 04:00:07
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.