By "developing," I have in mind countries that are maybe not as wealthy
or are fairly newly industrialized, but whose conditions might be
prohibitive to casual tourists looking for a beach vacation or something
that's conventional. I like the idea of walking more than a few feet
without encountering a McDonald's.
By restrictions, I mean places that perhaps are now "open enough" for
people to visit but are volatile with respect to how long they may be
open. When Iran was called Persia, pre-1935, it was a lot more
accessible, but then over time it became more restricted.
The overall idea is to go places that most people don't, meet people you
wouldn't normally encounter, and experience life in a place where few
like you have gone. And do origami.
On 5/21/2019 4:09 PM, laura rozenberg wrote:
What is your definition of developing nation? And what kind of travel
restrictions you have in mind?
On Tue, May 21, 2019 at 4:01 PM Rob Hudson <caveat...@gmail.com> wrote:
What are some origami conventions in developing nations, or places that
tend to be less accessible to or less attended by people from the United
States? (perhaps, in some cases, due to travel restrictions)?