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Frank R. Harrison, President of Health-E-Media, On Senior Travel

Frank R. Harrison

· Senior Citizens,Travel,Vacation,Frank R Harrison

Let's face it: we all age. We come into this world with smooth skin, fit bodies and stamina galore, but, as time passes, our bodies change. And although our bodies might become weak, our spirits can remain strong-willed. And many senior citizens today are very passionate about a variety of issues, topics and hobbies.

One of the most common hobbies favored by senior citizens is travel. What's not to like about travel? You can visit strange, new and exotic places, meet new and interesting people and just enjoy the wonders this world has to offer. Whether you're staying within your home country or traveling abroad, there's always something new and exciting to see.

Unfortunately, traveling requires money and time. These are two things that senior citizens have in spades. In fact, according to NRIOL.net, in the last 20 years, senior citizens have seen a drastic decline in poverty (from about 40% to 10%). This is an astonishing number. Couple this with the fact that, thanks to advancements in medicine and technology, senior citizens are living longer, and that makes for the perfect recipe for senior tourism.

To read the full article, written by Frank R. Harrison, click the link.

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