I’m linking this post to Outdoor Wednesday at A Southern Day Dreamer.
It has been too long since I have posted so I apologize for letting life slow me down. Blog updates don’t really take me too long, and I could do them from my phone if I knew how (on the to-do list!). Between getting side-tracked and being indecisive about what to post, I just don’t do it.
Today, I want to share a quick blurb about a travel safety seminar I went to this weekend. It was put on by IHS Training.
This particular seminar was intended for mission trips but most of the information was completely applicable to every-day travelers. The idea is to develop a sense of world travel knowledge without having to endure the hardships first-hand. Some of the concepts were kind of scary but we were encouraged to not become paranoid, just aware.
The gentleman that taught the class, Brian Webb, did a fantastic job presenting the information. There was a lot of information but I didn’t come away with information-overload. I will be a better traveler because of this class.
I don’t have a lot of photos, sorry. If you travel, consider taking a seminar of this nature. A little bit of knowledge can go a long way in making your trip easy and fun. Being unaware of the every-day drama going on around us can turn tragic in short order.