Bahamas: Better living through travel

. . . until we understand why people travel, unless we can step into
their shoes, we are going to stay right where we are, and other people
are going to catch us up and grow taller
,” writes Nicolette Bethel, making the case for Bahamians to become different kinds of travellers.

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