My Travel Story
Travelling is a spiritual experience. It helps you to see contrast and then appreciate the contrast.
You learn that places, situations, weather, culture and people can change while but it reminds you that there are certain core human qualities that are the same in all of us.
You learn that you are a speck in nature, and probably inconsequential. You learn that the life you live is not the only way to live. There are so many people in so many situations while seeking so many things. There are many ways to live and be happy.
There is peace in knowing that what you see, feel and experience is not permanent. This forces you to seek what is permanent. And travelling solo frequently brings one to the point where one has peace with being with oneself.
You remember how to use your instincts. When we are forced into situations which are unfamiliar, especially while travelling, we have to use our intuition and get more in touch with ourselves.
Talking to locals in other towns, cities and countries helps develop a sense of empathy to what others are seeking in life; and relate to things we might normally never consider. You get a sense of how cultures have evolved and relate to one another. You learn that although everyone’s goals are different, what we seek is the same - acceptance, security, and love.
Basically travel opens your mind and heart. Spending time and money on experiences is a million times better than spending them on possessions.
One of my greatest travel memories is waking up in the Hawaiian Islands.
Years of Experience:
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- British Columbia
- New Brunswick
- Nova Scotia
- Antigua & Barbuda
- Cayman Islands
- Puerto Rico
- St. Kitts and Nevis
- Virgin Island
- Czech Republic
- Great Britain
- New York
- Cook Islands
- New Zealand
- Puerto Vallarta
- Riviera Maya