D the letter D in the Travel Dictionary - MyTravelDictionary.com

Destinations Guidebooks: A book written to explain a travel destination, normally explaining the benefits of going to a specific destination. These books are best read after you have chosen a destination. They assume you love the country and are going there, a destination guidebook is not comparing and contracting two countries or more, it is not going to help you choose between going to Paris or to Egypt to see the Pyramids. Maybe best to buy five destinations guidebooks, the one you love to read the most, the one you pick up and read, is maybe your the best destination for your trip.

Developed World

Developed World Citizens: The term developed country is used to describe countries that have a high level of development according to some criteria.

Diaspora: A diaspora (from Greek διασπορ?, "scattering, dispersion") is a scattered population with a common origin in a smaller geographic area. The word can also refer to the movement of the population from its original homeland. The word has come to refer particularly to historical mass dispersions of an involuntary nature, such as the expulsion of Jews from the Middle East, the African Trans-Atlantic slave trade, the southern Chinese during the coolie slave trade, or the century-long exile of the Messenians under Spartan rule.

Some diaspora communities maintain strong political ties with their homeland. Other qualities that may be typical of many diasporas are thoughts of return, relationships with other communities in the diaspora, and lack of full assimilation into the host country.

Direct Searches: When people search on the Internet for exactly what they want is a direct search, the problem with this is the advertisers purchase and prey on these areas and seldom is a good result for the travel industry. Direct searches for Facts is different than for Tourist Information, for facts a direct search is best.

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