My task has taken myself and others to some entirely interesting sites around the country in addition to periodically even around the world.
These experiences have opened our eyes to the way people live in other countries in addition to even in other regions of our country.
There’s almost always something I can like about their culture or their way of life. It gives myself and others fresh new ideas in addition to helps myself and others to take a odd perspective on things that I thought I knew well. However, as adventurous a spirit as I have, I almost always eventually longed for the comfort of home. I emphasize the word comfort here. Some of the sites that I visited throughout the world don’t have the best climate control or don’t have any form of climate. This is the case even in some of the sites where it is needed the most. I’ve been to tepid in addition to steamy tropical rainforest climates where you are lucky if you can find a hotel or any living arrangements with ceiling fans, much less central air conditioning! People look at you funny when you ask for a venue with air conditioning; some of them don’t even know what it is! Less often, I visited colder regions that did not have sufficient heating. I remember 1 hotel that I stayed in they gave myself and others this old, dusty portable heating furnace that I was convinced was a serious fire hazard! They acted like they were doing myself and others a substantial favor pulling this thing out, even though I felt like the the whole building was going to burn down!