How Travel Put The Thirty-five Cent Sale Into Perspective


posted on 2nd of february, 2012

Thirty-five cents. It seems like such a meager amount when I'm in Canada. Perhaps it can buy a cookie, a few candies, or in my city, a call on a payphone. For most living in "Westernized" countries, this meager amount is barely worth keeping in your pocket due to the massive increase in the cost of living over the last few decades. When the basics cost so much, thirty-five cents doesn't seem like a lot. For the rest of the world though, thirty-five cents is held at a much greater value.
In Ecuador, a public bus cost a quarter. In Vietnam it's even cheaper at twenty cents a ride. In China I dined on Baozi (steamed buns which are stuffed with different fillings) that set me back about fifteen cents each. A few of those made an excellent breakfast....

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Posted by Angelaostafichuk on February 06, 2012
Thanks for the feedback and kind words everyone. All good points made...
Posted by Ewapix on February 04, 2012
I think it is one of the things that photography can give you - a chance to see and then tell the story. If you are brave enough, talented enough, with big enough heart. Somebody said that - who was it? - that to be a photographer you need a steady hand a big heart. Photography can help those communities too - by telling the story. We all know that one photo is worth a thousand words! I hope people like you will help to change the world for a better place. All the best and thank you for the blog (and the previous one too!).
Posted by 19838623doug on February 03, 2012
Your post sure puts things in perspective. Well Done
Doug



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