I love to travel, be that short or long distances by car, train, bus, plane, ship, or even by foot!
If you can travel and have the financial means to, you should thank your lucky stars, embrace it, and be extremely grateful.
Millions or Billions of folks across the globe would love to travel, but they can’t. Either because they cannot afford it or their family and work commitments do not allow time for the luxury we call “travel.”
Traveling gives perspective!
If you never leave your roots it’s nearly impossible to educate yourself, build knowledge, or become logical and wise.
Even if you only have the chance or time to travel close to your home, let’s say for a day – it’s well worth doing so.
Getting out and hitting unknown paths helps you become stronger and more confident.
Plus, you will meet strangers along the way who you might become friends with, and then visit them again.
That’s a win-win for you and them.
Travel alone or with a friend or two
Traveling in a group allows you to feel safer and it ads fun. While you travel together exchange your life stories, no matter what they may be.
If you travel just a little, you will find a way to travel more in the future.
Once the “travel bug” gets you, you will never want to stop.
Please also read my related story about walking in Phnom Penh, Cambodia:
Final Travel Tip
I’ve traveled my whole life from the age of 13 until now at 54. I have my roots spread across the world and I love that. I’m free as a bird wherever I am – that’s why I love TRAVELING!
One day I’m here and the next day I’m there.
It doesn’t matter to me, as long as I can work, eat healthy food, and discover new places and interesting people, I’m happy and that’s all I need in my life.
MBA from Robert Kennedy College & University of Cumbria, UK.
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