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What qualifies one as a "World Traveller"?

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91. Posted by fabyomama (Respected Member 560 posts) 7y Star this if you like it!

What about for taking part in this thread - or even Travelers Point? I need to know as I've got a flight to catch and I'm concerned what everyone else at the airport is thinking of me. ;)

92. Posted by GregW (Travel Guru 2635 posts) 7y Star this if you like it!

World Traveller is a class of service on British Airways. I guess anyone who has flown coach on BA outside of Europe could call themselves a World Traveller. Therefore, I qualify. ;)

As others have also pointed out, the more I have travelled, the less I know. Therefore, I would less consider myself a world traveller now than I would have 5 years ago. In fact, I don't really think I know enough about any place now to even consider myself knowledgeable. I'm not sure I really understand the geography and culture of my own bedroom, let alone a country.

93. Posted by BedouinLeo (Inactive 698 posts) 7y Star this if you like it!

Hi. Ive been to 5 continents (Europe Asia America (N&S) Africa and Australasia). Ive also been inside the Arctic Circle but havent done Antarctica. So I guess Im not a world traveller yet. I have flown Concorde too so Ive been higher up in the world travelling than any other airliner, unless the TU-144 went higher. Not sure.

[ Edit: Edited on 01-Aug-2009, at 06:35 by BedouinLeo ]

94. Posted by vickon (Budding Member 50 posts) 7y Star this if you like it!

huh!!! whats that?
are they giving a diploma for those who did that???
who cares???

I m travelling for me not for being qualified by someone...

95. Posted by fabyomama (Respected Member 560 posts) 7y Star this if you like it!

Quoting vickon

huh!!! whats that?
are they giving a diploma for those who did that???
who cares???...

If they were, then I'm just rushing out of kindergarten with a crayon drawing.

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