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Don't Be a "DUCK"

THERE ARE travelers and tourists. Tourists see the sights and miss the country. Travelers see the country and the sights, too. Travelers are received
with hospitality because they come with a special interest, tourists with condescension because they come only with curiosity.
One of the wisest travelers I know is a soup taster. He goes all over the world dipping his beak into the peculiar potage of each country, tasting, comparing, collecting recipes. Since he travels with an objective his wanderings take him off the beaten tracks.
Do you like gardens? Passionate gardeners in every city in the world will take you to see their gardens. En route you will see the temples, palaces and shrines. You can't miss them. But if you go out only to see the sights you'll miss the gardens-and the delightful people who live in them.
Are you a collector? I have a friend who goes everywhere looking for playing cards-the smallest, the largest, cards made from wood, bone or alligator hide. In every port you'll find a fellow collector, whether it's stamps or coins, old books or old bottles. If he doesn't speak English, he has friends who do; and through him you'll see and hear more than the most indefatigable tourist.
A friend of mine collects missionaries. "They are mighty glad to see me," he says. "I bring news from the outside world and they give me a real insight into the country. Then they pass me on to the next group with letters that insure me warm hospitality. Living in out-of-the-way places, knowing the language, running schools and

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