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  • Posted January 6, 2011 by
    Kandy, Sri Lanka
    This iReport is part of an assignment:
    How would you spend $380 million?

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    Around the world in 80 days



    Like Philes Fogg  of London and the famous book that Jules Verne wrote about his Philes  Foggs wager to travel around the world in 80 days so would I travel the  world and see all my ireporter friends, beautiful places, to see, as I  know I will never get the chance to travel to any european countries due  to financial constraints mind you one has to be stinking rich to travel  aborad, so this is what will be the first thing I do.  I will also take  with me a lesser fortunate person to show the world to her as well.  I  have already done this for when I travelled to other Asian Countries,  and it gave me immense happiness that I was at least in my lifetime able  to make another person's dream come true even if it was only to  Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, and Egypt.  I did achieve that !!


    Next  come back to Sri Lanka and help to build houses for the poorest of the  poor and I will do this myself and hand over the house to them.  No  handing over of monies to individuals but I will see to it myself.  Also  help my fellow ireporter friend janmarbol to get a house and  sufficient  funds to live on.  She is presently homeless in the US and  living with a another fellow ireporter Miss Ryn.  These are my first  goals


    Next  keep just enough for me to live on and some for any major illnesses  that may occur.  buy a new house and my dream Electric Train set.


    Ahhh... but this is only a dream....

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