From North Korea, to Kashmir, to the developed and developing countries, and meeting Mother Teresa, Henry Biernacki brings the background of the countries to the forefront, exhibiting the pleasures of what traveling exposes.
One doesn't imagine on checking into a place called "Good Samaritan Hospital" that the nurses won't help because they're going on strike. Not now, but in two days. Takes a lot of preparing to go on strike, I guess. Published 4:03 p.m. January 7, 2013 - Comments
Henry Biernacki has been traveling with his rucksack since he was 17 years old when he took a Greyhound Bus from Colorado to Mexico. In one year, Henry went around the world, sleeping in the streets, spending only 3700USD. He ...Read More
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Henry Biernacki has been traveling with his rucksack since he was 17 years old when he took a Greyhound Bus from Colorado to Mexico. In one year, Henry went around the world, sleeping in the streets, spending only 3700USD. He met Mother Teresa 2 September 1997 (3 days before she passed away) and had a personal audience with her. He has traveled to over 120 countries and continues to travel.
He earned a BA in Romance Languages (French/Spanish) and International Affairs. He has lived in France, Germany, Taiwan, the West Indies and Mexico before returning to the United States.
Today, Henry is an airline Captain for one of the top airlines in the United States. He has flown Airbus319/320 and Boeing747-400/757/767.