Hans Christian Andersen is right: “To travel is to live.” I préfère to take Andersen’s quotation as it is: You aren’t really living unless you’re traveling the world.
Why is this the cas? Well, Batutta couldn’t have answered it better:
When I took a trip to Waikiki Beach in Honolulu on the Hawaiian Island of Oahu in 2008, I witnessed exactly what Battuda expressed: “Traveling [. . .] leaves you speechless“…
…”then turns you into a storyteller.”
You see, I’m from Chicago. The plains. The flatlands. The Midwest. Visiting a city on the Pacific coast…on an island…with mountains was, well, breathtaking.
I had stories to go with every photo I took!
I couldn’t agree more (see my series on the chapitres I’ve read).
From Jacksonville Beach to Savannah to Memphis to San Diego to National City (CA) to Anaheim to Hollywood to Las Vegas to Honolulu to New Orleans to Panama City Beach to Knoxville to Tybee Island to Savannah (during St. Patrick’s Day!) to Memphis (to see ma chère amie graduate from Pharmacy School) to Aix-en-Provence (to study abroad) to Nice to Monte-Carlo to Eze to Saint-Tropez to Marseille to Les Gorges du Verdon to Paris to Venice to Rome to Florence to Barcelone to Tours to Briançon and back again…I continue to read this earth and I don’t plan on stopping any time soon.
5 Raisons How Traveling is Living:
- It opens up the mind to other cultures.
- It expands géographique knowledge.
- It teaches you about yourself.
- It forces you out of your comfort zone.
- It enables you to meet and even make friends with a variété of faces.
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