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Adam Rogers 🌍🌏
Strategic Communication Advisor for the ; 22 years service at the . , , ; New Books: ;
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Jane Jul 11
I identify with everything you have said about on this . So grateful to be part of this group -and to have had my first today with ! πŸ’• My fav chat is Top4theme. Latest post
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Lauren Maille 9h
Nice one, Alvin!πŸ‘ absolutely loving β€œThe No Mammal Manifesto” πŸ˜πŸ™
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Thought Provoked 9h
The apple hasn't fallen from the tree JD 😊🧑
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felix dodds 10h
Working Animals this year's High-Level Political Forum and their role in helping to deliver the SDGs
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Dr. Shruti Kapoor 10h
The honor was all ours Adam. Such an amazing session. Thank you again for sharing insights from your new book & travel experience!
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Kirsten Wilkins 11h
Replying to @AdamRogers2030
I worked with a wonderful urbanist guy. I’ll never forget his genuinely heartbroken expression when he confessed he didn’t know what it felt like to have to cross to the other side of a road because of a gut feeling of fear. This is everyday.
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Adam Rogers 🌍🌏 10h
Mine too :-)
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Simply Ebony 11h
A1. I enjoy traveling solo and doing my own thing. I take extra precautions by staying at resorts and requesting official tours. I’ve been traveling alone since I was 6 on planes. With flight attendant escorts. It’s fun!
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Adam Rogers 🌍🌏 10h
Replying to @SayftyCom
And also thank you for mentioning my book- now in its 3rd edition! I gained some new material today for the 4th edition, due out in early 2020.
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Adam Rogers 🌍🌏 10h
Oopsβ€” hair. Covering one’s hair at least modestly when traveling in Iran or Pakistan can help avoid unwanted attention while keeping the dust off :-)
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Adam Rogers 🌍🌏 10h
Also, in many countries with majority moslem populations, it is a good idea to cover your hear at least modestly, and for men to avoid wearing shorts or going shirtless
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Adam Rogers 🌍🌏 11h
Replying to @Karen5Lund @sgalpin
I think I learned that in NYC as well. Lived for 15 years in Hell's Kitchen - back when it was still Hell's Kitchen ... ...
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Adam Rogers 🌍🌏 11h
Replying to @SayftyCom
It was a great pleasure for me to participate in today's . Thank you for the invitation and the honour.
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Sayfty.com 11h
Big SHOUTOUT TO for being an amazing guest on today’s !
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Adam Rogers 🌍🌏 11h
Good point Shannon. I think this is the best tweet of today's (although there were many good ones). really sums it up with this.
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Shannon Galpin 11h
Exactly. I've had so many doors open because I was a solo female traveler that wouldn't have opened in a group situation or as a man. There are many benefits that outweigh the bad. The safety issues just require foresight, awareness, and good decision making.
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Sayfty.com 11h
For more information on visit: Our next week's guest is If you’d like to be a guest on the chat, please email us at team@sayfty.com
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Adam Rogers 🌍🌏 11h
Dressing like locals means not wearing shorts and tanktops when the locals are covering their arms and legs. This goes for men too. Seems obvious to me that how you present yourself will influence how people respond to you.
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Adam Rogers 🌍🌏 11h
Replying to @Shikoohz @SayftyCom
I do think Africa is becoming more mainstream for travelers and that there could be some potential there. Also, investing in AirBnB in places like Nairobi and Dar could pay off - even offering "unique" experiences with the locals .
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Adam Rogers 🌍🌏 11h
Replying to @contestedspaces
that would be an interesting experiment - ! I have heard of similar experiences of white people dressing up as people of colour. It can be a great way to get out of one's skin and gender!
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