Travelling is one of those pastimes many of us claim we want to do, but never get around to. Why? Life gets in the way. That and our own reluctance to step out of our comfort zones. When you decide to go, it’s important to choose your destinations based on what you want to get out of the experience. So have a sit and think it through. Some reason you may come up with are:
Broaden my horizons
There’s more to see than the sights just beyond your back yard. Not taking the opportunity is a waste. You’ll find that you’ll see the world in a different light when it’s right in front of you, and make you more aware of other ways of life, and the limitations you thought were on yours.
Travelling can be a relaxing experience, when you’re on your own agenda. Some people use Cheekybingo, movies and snacks to relax. Others holiday. You don’t have to answer to your boss, or worry about deadlines. Nothing but the call of your next destination. And the knowledge that you’re on your own is extremely freeing.
Inspire myself creatively
Being in the same place for the entirety of your life, can sap a lot of the creativity out of you. There’s only so much inspiration you can get from the same sights, which is why many people travel. To rectify this. Whether you’re overseeing the Alps in Europe or the many islands of the Philippines, seeing new and exotic places can rejuvenate your creativity.
Experience things unique to that region
Every region of the world has its own culture, traditions and history. Seeing that region for yourself is one of the most rewarding things you can do. Therefore the one you choose to visit will be the one that most interests you, or you feel you’ll gain the most unique experience from.
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