It is very normal for people to ascertain someone's lifestyle by knowing their profession. for eg, a physician has a strict schedule and one day a week as work off - a few hours at the clinic everyday, some at the hospital and a fixed time to return home. Similarly an accountant would have a 9 to 5 or a 10 to 6 job depending on your location and he or she would be lodged between numbers while more often than not would have the weekend for themselves. Correct ? Not really, not if your name is Abdullah Almanna
Let's introduce you to the accountant who travels the world; is connected to various social causes and has also published his own book on travel - Abdullah Almanna. ‘The Offbeat Voyager: A Guide to the world’s best travel destinations’ by Abdullah is a book which offers an experience.
Abdullah shares his travel journeys in a way which goes on to inspire the reader to pack his or her bags and embark on a journey of their own at once.
Unlike most of the travel books which help one experience tourist destinations from their home, Abdullah shares his travel journeys in a way which goes on to inspire the reader to pack his or her bags and embark on a journey of their own at once.
Born in 1993, Abdullah went on to complete his education by becoming a certified public accountant. He later worked with Ernst & Young which is a part of the Big Four which makes it one of the largest and most renowned accountancy firms worldwide. While pursuing his job and traveling the world with it, Abdullah became an active investor and mastered the math behind multiplying his investments with great foresight and smart choices for investments.
Abdullah can speak in multiple languages and has served for five years as a Vice President with One Hand and worked as a supervisor for another charitable organization called Give to Gain.
Besides this, Abdullah even had the opportunity to travel to Tanzania for the Kilimanjaro Summit while performing fundraising activities and being devoted to charity works.