Another glass of half full blog: Forecast for your 2019 travel
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above + offer the many ways to enjoy comfort traveling for less
hedging about whether or not to write this end of 2018 year blog, I am
uncertain about making any predictions, and I hate to mislead, nor do I want to
pervert my stated purpose of less $ comfortable travel.
the news that I am permitted to read in the USA which is slanted towards a
glass half full, views that the whole world is in disorder, and all more so
here in the USA.
are no “yellow jackets” protesting and burning the elite compounds in major USA cities, nor are people sleeping in the streets, except in “sanctuary cities” in
the states of California, Washington, and New York, since there are no
housing projects in those cities located in the states I mentioned made available for the influx of illegal refugees from economic disasters worldwide,
who come to these USA sanctuaries to work for less than the prevailing wage mostly
off the books, which politicians like the most.
Even the poor
undocumented aren’t complaining, they believe they will eventually have the
vote when they bring their children into the world, and if they don’t yet
legally have the vote in some of their sanctuaries, they get to use the “honor”
system, but they “honor” their need and accept in kind contributions for aiding
the candidates who love them.
I’ve vented my frustration, moreover, I’ve digressed insofar as less $
comfortable travel, the USA is dull and boring as I find it at the end of 2018.
“themed” boutique Inns catering to those financially full of pension cash, and
those who are employed at cash levels bordering on less work for more money
than ever before, there is no more “real” town, only those that survive as “must
see” places are staged and $$$ trove craft heavy for what used to be “homemade”
by mother stuff.
overseas travel, there is the usual Australia, and New Zealand where women
reign and govern with babies on their hip, Hong Kong and Taipei, if their host
country, China, is in a good mood.
these are 2019 destination $$$ heavy for comfortable travel, but available to the
pension retiree who is quickly moving toward their bucket, even while they eat their way
to a medical intervention, that will postpone the consequences for over eating
to fill up and to take advantage of what they missed when they were young, by working for little government pay—in those gratefully gone years when government employment wasn’t
looked upon as a great job.
leaves the new Communist free now Western nations composed of the more as the USA press labels
“extreme right wing” where less $$$ comfortable travel is in effect, and good law and order destinations if you
aren’t worried about the “right wing” leaning governments that the USA press
say are bad places.
The parts of
Italy that lay far south into Sicily are yet good for my stated blog purpose of
less $$$ comfortable travel, but keep away from the islands that are overpriced
aimed at the pension cash crowd bourgeoisie worldwide, good for this blog's stated purpose most definitely
the Austrian and “far right” wing nations that the USA media may define as less
than free to European union dictum, like the city of Trieste, where people from
warring nations meet and speak without rancor as they enjoy the beauty of a
tranquil seaside and the best food ever.
I’d stay away
from France and Germany.
from all the destinations that are experiencing the consequences of unbridled
immigration from warring nations in the Mideast, whose people have fled to
bring their political divisions and opinions to the lands that granted them
refuge, but they can’t experience tranquility until they explode their anger
toward destruction of a few persons here and there, who were part of the
welcome mat that is now dirty with the rage.
Is there any
place left where travel in 2019 is happy, worry-free and less $$$ for
I don’t know
about you, but I’m still going back to Trieste, it's where my $$$ go far and when I’m
there I am expecting to tranquilly contemplate my next sea view, and my trip
to the market to buy the best for my dining table—even this has a negative,
there isn’t an easy way to get there without driving from Venice, or from one
of the so-called “right wing” lands, or the 2 flights necessary, leaving from
Rome not always plane gate friendly, and then with a 4-staircase long down to airport
arrival, if you are carrying luggage, it’s necessary to start flexing muscles
and do weight training in lieu of a wheelchair that gets to go into the
arrivals area directly.
accept my apologies for this inglorious travel forecast, I can only wish you,
whoever you are, wherever you are, a better 2019 than I can travel forecast in this end of 2018 blog post, but I warned you, this another half full glass blog to end 2018..