USA Travelers & Passports
In other Topics about Tourism we cover what it is like to visit USA but what about when someone from USA, that is to say a traveler from USA visits your country? How would you describe them and how do they look upon you and your people?
The other part of this Topic is the USA ID / Passport, how secure is it and how much travel does it allow the owner? For instance, in some countries having a German passport can allow you to visit many countries without the limitations of visas, etc. Additionally, some countries are so desperate for tourists that you do not even need a passport to travel to them so long as you come from North America and some parts of Europe.
Lastly, will you be willing to give up your state / country's Passport in exchange for a USA Documents?
I have traveled to other countries and have been well received and not had any issues with the locals. I have not heard of any issues with me or my wife when traveling. Seems that most the places I have gone were very happy to have tourists in the area.
Having a US passport allows to visit many countries without a visa. Almost all of the Caribbean, Mexico, Canada, most of Europe, and quite a few Asian countries too allow US citizens to travel there with just a passport and no visa requirements.
Yup, 911 has had an immense impact on the US. This is especially true in the way we fly. Although this really isn't an assault on our liberties it is another chip off of the way we live here, which is what our enemies want to do. Chip away at our liberties and our way of life.