A travel writer. Bascially a person who writes travel pieces for magazines. Often the places will give them a good deal and gifts because they're looking for a good review. I went to a seminar on that topic. It's not my style of writing, but the guest apparently travels a lot and gets treated well while there.
I'm a geologist and I have traveled the world. I have been to some really out there places to do research. Sometimes it is cool, sometimes it is not. My wife is a doctor and she travels to other countries when she speaks at different conferences. One of my sisters-in-law is a journalist and she travels interviewing people and working on stories. She does a lot of photography work. My best buddy travels a lot as a consultant for governmental affairs.<br />
You could work on a cruise ship. It travels around and you could take pictures of the passengers. They always have those available for the customer's aboard the ship to buy.
A Translator, that's what I want to do=D
Merchant Marine, offshore drilling rig and pipeline service, over-the road truck driver, and international courier.
Lots of different types of business people whose work is international or covers whole regions travel a lot too.
Long haul trucker
journalist, photographer, zoologist, airline stewartess - some business people, investigators, etc
join the navy if the army's not for you... or you can try the merchant marines.
A pilot ,a lot of businesses send employees overseas for meatings. They can send you to europe for a meeting then send you back immediately. All sports , The president
Merchant marine, basically it is the sailors on cargo ships and oil tankers etc.
Then that is the perfect job for you. They make a lot of money and go all over the world.
Flight attendant.<br />
Great jobs mean lots of education. They are well worth it.
pilot, civilian naval worker, business maybe
Freelance allow you to travel a lot