It’s very easy for people who don’t travel regularly to assume that the cost of traveling for a year is 52 times the cost of…
My decision to travel long-term is in all likelihood a very complex one, and I often have trouble articulating the reasoning behind it. But I think it lies at the core of who I am.
My biggest travel regret will likely be taking so long to get serious about my travel plans.
It was my first experience not planning a trip down to the minute, and while there are places I think a little extra planning would have served us well, it was overall a great experience and made me feel a lot more comfortable with my long-term travel skills.
You can’t order up discoveries, epiphanies, and revelations like a burger and fries. That way of thinking is how shorter trips became a commodity.
The more you get out in the world, the more active you are, the more you realize your capabilities, and the mental and spiritual benefits to that are boundless.