Gail Howard’s travel adventures are a rich unfolding of circumstances that formed her character during her 20s and early 30s. Gail was fortunate to be at the right place at the right time to reap the incredible experiences that were uniquely her own.
Gail Howard’s trek around the world led her into exciting travel adventures in some of the world’s most fascinating countries. Gail believed, as did St. Augustine who wrote: “The world is a giant book and those who do not travel read only a page.”
Gail Howard’s urge to travel was responsible for the speeded-up tempo of her life because her greatest desire and Life Plan was to see everything there is to see, do everything, feel everything and learn everything this world has to offer. Also, she wanted to find out who she really was and what she had to offer the world.
Twelve years and 130 countries later, Gail Howard’s childhood fantasy of seeing the world was fulfilled beyond her wildest expectations. Not only did Gail get to know people and places in distant lands, but, by searching for adventure, she reached for the outer limits of her own potential. She discovered what stuff she was made of, her abilities and capabilities—and also her weaknesses.
During her 12 years of travel in 130 countries, Gail Howard was thoroughly tested and met challenges on three different levels: physical, mental and emotional. Some she dealt with better than others, but each hurdle strengthened her. Spiritually, she was a rock. Gail never wavered from her belief that she was loved and protected by her Creator. No matter what the circumstance, she trusted her amazing good luck to carry her on angel’s wings. That trust never failed her.
As a dedicated traveler, in each country she attempted to visit every possible point of interest. Gail Howard saw just about every museum, ancient ruin, temple, shrine, cathedral, monument, statue, painting, city, town, village, market place, mountain, volcano, river, lake, ocean, island, rock formation, view, “unusual” scenery, and plant and exotic creature in its native habitat — but she leaves the detailed descriptions to the thousands of guide books that specialize in such information.
Gail Howard has ten total travel adventure web sites in addition to her lottery systems web site: Alaska, Egypt, the South Pacific, Ecuador, the Galapagos, the Philippines, Russia, The Gambia West Africa, Ceylon, and Colombia.