“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.” ―
M O D E R N 3 D P A S S P O R T T O A D V E N T U R E
In the good old days one could travel the world and view breathtaking sites with the mere click of your trusted View Master viewer all the while sitting in your favorite arm-chair.
Each time you pressed down on the small plastic handle a new photo appeared complete with a written explanation of what you were viewing.
One person would read while the viewer took in the scene presented. We took turns reading and viewing the scenes presented. It was a fun way to pass time on a Saturday afternoon.
This was a person’s PASSPORT to travel, adventure and learning. Before this invention reading a book was the best way to gain information about the world without booking a tour with a travel agent and physically leaving one’s home.
In this day and age getting a passport for yourself and keeping it updated guarantees that your thirst for travel in the real world will be hassle free especially since you can apply for it online.
This week Susan and I ask you to tell us about your own experiences securing a passport for yourself or a family member.
Although the process is advertised as being simple we all realize that things in the real world of trial and error oversights can make things difficult for even the most patient of applicants.
Give us your take on the topic. Tell us your story. Check your own passport to see if it has expired or needs an updating. – gc
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