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searching databanks somewhat prepared self guided travel search main menu skip to primary content the journeys start here europe wish we had known about the journeys start here the most interesting and enjoyable aspects of travel are the people you meet. do you wonder what people you meet will be like when you travel? in our travels together through 40 u.s. states and 16 other countries – 13 in europe – we can only think of three (3) people who did not treat us outstandingly. examples of people going out of their way to treat us wonderfully are listed in many of the posts. when so many travelers say that people were rude, and generally not nice to them, you might wonder why our experience has differed. our formula when we meet someone new is to say – in their language – something like “i’m sorry, i don’t speak … ” if we can’t say it in their language, then a “good day” in their language and then “i don’t speak … ” in english works, but not as good as trying it in their language. diane doesn’t try hard to speak other languages. mike is much more willing to embarrass himself trying to talk in any language.  we think we have seen a difference in how people react to us when we try their language. people are nice anyway, but noticeably go out of their way to be nice when we try their language. so often we are in awe of the places we visit. both natural and human made sites make a lasting impact. we do not fear the new or unfamiliar, we embrace them. of course, a sense of humor, self-deprecation, and a deep breath help greatly. for us, the rewards have always been worth the effort. we try hard to not be ethnocentric, i.e., feeling that ‘our’ way is the only or best way to do things. we have too many examples of where others do things differently that we do at ‘home’ – not only accomplishing the desired result, but often in ways better than we do it.  that doesn’t preclude head scratching and wondering “why do it that way?” one motivating factor has been the examples of americans who act so boorishly that we want to tell people we are canadians. the inspiration for the blog title comes from our children who used to claim that when they would ask mike a question, he would get a glazed look for a second, and then answer their question in excruciating detail. we think this started on a trip to europe when we went from paris to arnhem in the netherlands without a map. at one point, our children asked if we were on the right road. mike said, “if this is the right road, grave should be off to the left and nijmegen straight ahead.” it was. so they asked how he knew – as we had never been on the continent before. the answer was that mike had read “a bridge too far,” and remembered the locations. that’s an example of ‘semi-prepared’ travel. ‘really-prepared” travel would include having a map. proudly powered by wordpress


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