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10 people who are surprisingly Arab ❗

  10 people who are surprisingly Arab ❗ Despite the fact that individuals of Arab drop aren't regularly celebrated in the news, particularly with strains in the Middle East, ISIS, and the previous War on Terror, you may be shocked to realize that some of you. Araian Girl:Source-Wikimedia Despite the fact that individuals of Arab plunge aren't frequently celebrated in the news, particularly with strains in the Middle East, ISIS, and the previous War on Terror, you may be astounded to realize that a portion of your #1 performers have Arabic legacy.  Whatever your generalizations and suppositions might be, a portion of these names may astonish you. It simply demonstrates that individuals are really difficult to classify and these stars are no special case.  Here are a couple of stars whose predecessors or even guardians came from some place in the Middle East. Since they are not named Mohammed doesn't make their family any less authentic A large number of them have progenit

10 Reasons why you should travel The world right now ,The Benefits of travelling and to get it.

 The  Benefits of travelling and to get it.

 You're traveling the world, but you're not quite sure how to get started. You're in the right place. In case you're new, we're Marko and Alex, the Vagabrothers, and we've been traveling the world for the last five years. During that time we've learned how to make big travel dreams happen on small budgets, and now we're sharing our favorite tips, tricks, and hacks on how to turn your bucket list into reality. This is the first video in a brand new series about how to travel around the world for cheap. This post is going to give you 10 reasons why you should travel the world, not next year, but right now. The information in this series can be used for trips of any size: two weeks, two months, or two years, but there will be extra information for those of you planning the ultimate adventure - a full year around the world known as, " A Gap Year." We're releasing new travel- tips videos all summer long, covering everything from the basics ,like where to go, how much it costs, and what you need to hit the road, to super pro travel hacks that will save you money, time, and stress when you are out there traveling the world. So if you haven't already, make sure you hit the subscribe button and turn on notifications so you're first to know when we drop each video from this series. For now, just sit back, relax ,and get ready for some serious wanderlust. You're watching Vagabrothers, and this is how to travel around the world. So first things first, why should you travel the world? Why should you leave behind everything familiar to go halfway around the world for weeks, months, years at a time? In this first video, we're going to be discussing the pros and the cons of taking time off to travel the world. Even the bravest souls have enough doubts to kick the idea down the road until next year. For those of you who are still in school, not only do you have to convince yourself that's a good reason, you also to convince your parents. Here's a list of 10 reasons why you should travel the world right now. Travel sounds great, but why should I do it now?

 Number 1:

 life is short ....the sad truth is death can come to any of us at any time, and when it does, you want to make sure that you don't have any regrets. That's what your bucket list is all about.. things that you want to do before you kick the bucket , the bucket being a metaphor for your life ending, If traveling around the world is at the top of your bucket list, why are you putting it off? Beyond that, the older you get, the harder it is to take time off. Life keeps throwing new pressures at you: first get in a good school: then get a good job: than a promotion: then a family: then kids and a home. Sooner or later, you've realized that your whole life has passed by and you haven't done the one thing that you wanted to do: travel. That is why you should travel the world now because when it comes to travel, having enough time is more important than having enough money. The older you get, the more money you have, but the less time you have. So now that you're young, you might be broke, but you've got time. No matter what age you are, just realize that it is easier to put your life on pause now than it will ever be again. But what about more immediate practical things that my parents would care about, like my education? There's only so much you can learn from books, Travel teaches from experience ,and experience is the best teacher of all. What better way to learn about history than hiking up Machu Picchu, exploring Angkor Wat at dawn, or wandering ancient Roman ruins? That's what makes travel so valuable because it opens your mind and broaden your perspectives. But what if you have no idea what you want to do with your life , dude? First of all chill out. You've got your whole life to figure that question out. And as cliche as it sounds, travel can help you find yourself. Sometimes we don't know who we are, and what we want to do until we step away from family and friends and tune into our inner voice. After college, I traveled through Southeast Asia, started blogging and storytelling, which eventually led me to team up with my brothers to found this channel. That's because travel gives you the space to just be you in a way that you could never do back home. If not for travel, who knows what we'd be doing. I'd probably be like Ben Stiller at Night in the Museum, honestly. I'm a history and anthropology major; that's like my only option. I'd be a male stripper. Okay. But dude, shouldn't I be like working? There's no reason that travel can't help you get experience in your career. If you plan to study medicine and become a doctor, why not volunteer delivering vaccines in a clinic? Or if you're just working to earn cash, why not do it abroad? Seasonal and short-term jobs are a great way to finance long term travel. Dude, don't they like speak a different language there??? I barely speak English, man. Traveling abroad is a great way to learn a new language, an essential asset in our global economy. Why not brush up on your high school Spanish by taking a trip through Latin America? Trust me, you'll be fluent in no time. Listo? Vamanos! - especially if you find a local lover. They say the best language teachers are between the sheets. Okay. I can get behind that. But Vagabros, do you really think I can pull it off ? I mean, I can barely even fry an egg. Sure you can. Travel teaches you one of life's most important skills: self-reliance. You'll feel a lasting confidence once you've been able to navigate India's train systems or learn enough Chinese to order a meal. All right Bros, but when I get back, how do I get a job? Besides being the experience of a lifetime, travel can be a great resume builder. Tell your interviewer about the time your backpack got stolen in Bangkok. You had 50 bucks and 48 hours to replace your passport and catch a flight home. That shows resourcefulness and calm under pressure. But there are some drawbacks to travel, so let's talk about the cons. Travel sounds great, but what about money? Travel is not as expensive as you think. New planes that are super fuel-efficient are making travel costs really low. Would you believe me if I told you that you get a non-stop round-trip ticket from LAX to Europe for less than 500 bucks? Once you're on the ground, there's plenty of ways to keep your travel expenses extremely low. We're going to talk about that in a different video, but for now just know that you don't have to break the bank to travel the world. What if I don't the time? I just got to grad school. I can't put that off. Well, most schools will allow you to defer for up to a year, and if you just landed a good job, ask your boss if you can start in a couple of months. Even taking a couple of weeks to travel before diving headfirst into work is worthwhile. But be careful because you might catch travel bug. But seriously, Bros, I've been watching the news. Is it safe to leave the country right now? True, the world does seem like a dangerous place right now, but most places are totally fine. Seriously, don't believe everything you see on the news. But what are my parents going to say? I'm a man, but still a child. Parents worry about everything, and whether or not you're a fully grown man or woman you are still a child to your parents. Pause this video, take some notes. We've given you plenty of good responses to all of their concerns. Don't worry. Parents freak out, but eventually they will come around. Have we convinced you yet? Traveling around the world does not need to be a dream. Let's make it a reality. Stay tuned for the rest of this series to find out how to make it happen. Starting with the next video: the cheapest and best countries around the world to visit right now. Alright guys and girls if you've enjoyed this video, you know what to do: give it a thumbs- up, drop a comment, ask your questions and stuff in the comment box, and if you have not already, remember to subscribe and turn on notification. Share this video with your travel buddies. In the meantime, stay curious, keep exploring, and we'll see you guys on the road. Peace. 


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