I travel because I uncover nuggets of all important truths—when I realize freedom is the thing I value above all else. I travel for truth.
Why I Travel
Traveling has sparked my curiosity and filled the well with so many thoughts that never would’ve come about otherwise. Get out of your comfort zone. Get out. Why Travel? Why Not? That’s why I Travel.
Please enjoy this collection of Why I Travel stories, supported by my own along with guest posts from some really special people and writers.
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Of all the things I hope to experience, it’s food that I travel for these days. I travel to eat.
Travel, more than any one force, has shaped and guided my life, and it’s been for the better. Travel, in a sense, is my destiny.
He said with such cool confidence, that I thought there must be something to it. Travel is the quickest way to Enlightenment.
Travel to get lost, huh? In a Guest Post, writer Job Merkel explains why and how he does this. You know you want to see more here!
The most important reason I travel is to learn. To learn about the world we all live in, yes. But even more importantly, I travel to learn about myself.
I keep reading and searching and trying to find the right path through more and more inspirational figures. This is why I travel to follow idols.
Walking towards the same goal until one wants out. To break the chain and escape. To look back and remember. That’s Why I Travel.
Never beyond “purple” (intermediate) and things remain okay. That is until Wolchulsan National Park and seeing its most popular spot.
Okay, sure, travel changes you. But you do the same to travel. You twist and bend and mold to each other as you go along.