There are two levels of answers to the question of why people travel. The first is the obvious, and probably the reason why we give ourselves and cite others. We're traveling so we can see places of interest, experience other cultures, attend events and learn more about the world.
These are exciting reasons. But there are deeper reasons for traveling that have less to do with what We do when we travel and more to do with what we travel it does us . These five sets of changes to ourselves are at the heart of the thing that makes travel so attractive.
The journey enriches them before, during and after
The anticipation of a trip is almost as stimulating as the journey itself and the subsequent memories. Knowing what you are ahead of and imagining it in detail, gives life a lot of excitement and alleviates the tendency to fall into a work routine. The more detailed the image of the trip, the more a future trip will excite you in advance.
During your own trip, daily life can be intense. To live these moments fully, and to notice everything that surrounds you, means a higher life. It is clear that this type of intensified experience is the quality of a style of travel that brings you beyond the bus And through the streets and squares, landscapes and waterways of the places you were visiting. The independent trip is a world apart from the "content" trip.
Travel expands your vision of the world
With trips, get a framework for the history and the important touches that have brought you into your current life and your time. Now you are in the evil office of the Pope of Borgia, surrounded by the same walls that contained the man with enough power to write a Papal Bull, a mandate, that demanded all the wealth of the western hemisphere for Spain and Portugal, and he assured him during the next 200 years. When you stop at the place where this happened, events and meaning come alive with a new meaning.
Now, look at the stairs that lead to a tunnel that connects the home of Leonardo da Vinci with the royal palace on the other side of the street. It was through this tunnel that King Francoise traveled to sit down and talk to his great friend. And now you are in Bayeux, where the Frenchman William the Conqueror built his naval vessels to cross the English Channel and claim the throne of England.
Each of these experiences broadens your vision of the world and its primary sense of time and place.
The trip makes you more vibrant and interesting
The trip gives you something to wait … to prepare … to study … and then to share. You will bring stories home. Life can be a little monotonous if you leave it, especially after you retire and your work life is over. The anticipation is worth at least as much as the trip itself and the memories that follow the journey.
The better you have travel stories and observations to share, and have a conversation limited to the last visits to the doctor and your frustrations with the weeds of the lawn.
Travel re-energizes you
The trip and anticipation of the trip raises enthusiasm. Look forward with enthusiasm instead of experiencing the feeling of sadness that comes from repetition and routine.
The trip challenges you to be at your most effective and focused level. The comfort areas can be comfortable. But it is good that you are doing it outside your comfort zones regularly. Otherwise, your social skills can start to become stunted and your ability to think about your feet and solve problems may decrease due to disuse.
Travel improves your health and well-being
The trip offers you a reason to stay healthy. And it keeps you stronger! The challenges of the trip are being tested daily. Trips can be demanding, especially if you are not "letting go by the nose" on a group trip. You already know that you should be at the bottom of the feet – to be aware of the situation – to pay close attention. You will have to walk broadly, including hills up and down and stairs.
In general, when you return to a trip home, you will be in a better shape than it has been for months or even years. And if you start to anticipate immediately on another trip, you will have a real incentive to keep these improvements and be ready for the next time.
Changes and benefits
These changes and advantages on the part of the trip can become permanent. You will think more widely your life. You will find yourself incorporating deliberate changes in the lifestyle learned during travel. You will be more vibrant and interesting as you re-energize periodically. And you will experience improved health and wellbeing.
Despite taking into account, this makes the trip a business.