Here at World Leading Vacations, we are OBSESSED with everything travel!
WHAT DOES TRAVEL MEAN TO PEOPLE?
I get a rush of adrenaline at the thought of traveling. Travel is interpreted differently between individuals. To some it spells fun, adventure, a break, and new experiences while to others, travel is nothing other than a norm in their lives, probably because their work entails lots and lots of traveling. There are a few who cringe at the thought of ‘travel’. It revives painful memories. It might as well mean spending an extra coin.
WHY DO WE TRAVEL?
Most people will concur that an opportunity to travel away from your daily schedule of activities is worth investing in it. The work environment can prove to be stressful and draining at times, and a short break from work is revitalizing, invigorating as one takes time to unwind. It is recommended for couples to make time and get away from their home. Spouses catch up with each other, a fresh feeling of love blossoms and the dying sparks of your marriage are reignited. There are those people who were born with travel genes. They draw satisfaction from traveling around the world to explore new sceneries.
THE BENEFITS OF TRAVEL
1. A time to learn new things for example, a new culture of a community.
2. Break monotony of every day living.
3. Foster friendships
4. Re-energize and replenish lost zeal
WHY TRAVEL IS AWESOME
Imagine being subjected to a life which revolves around school, office and home environment. It would be deadening to say the least. We choose to travel by road, air or take a cruise. Little children have plenty of stories to share during travel tours. It promotes creativity in their developing minds. Our bodies are not robots, they need rest. It has been said time and again “change is as good as rest.”
TRAVEL AND PASSION
I am passionate about traveling. This is because I know all travel experiences are different. Plan for your travel trips, make them as enjoyable and affordable as possible. I can assure you that you’ll never lose psyche for going places. Why would you settle for a bushman documentary when you can actually travel to their native land and have a first hand experience with them?