Travel changes you, irrevocably so. And sure, you become more cultured and worldly and you learn how to swear in 12 different languages, but what the study abroad programs and travel blogs don’t warn you about is that once you return, that new-found perspective on life is going to make it hard for you to make new friends. Or worse, relate to the ones you already have.
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I hiked 11 miles with a 40 pound backpack in 100 degree weather. I think that makes me officially crazy.
I hiked to Havasupai, one of the most isolated villages in the world….and I lived to tell the tale.
Want to live longer? Want to be happier? Want to have more energy and be less tense and stressed? Then take a vacation. That’s what the results of two separate studies have found.
Eight out of 10 people (79%) find people who travel to be more attractive than those who don’t.
In this city where everyone is from somewhere else, Las Vegas is, in many ways, a city of outsiders.
Three hours from Las Vegas is a 40-car “car forest” called the International Car Forest of the Last Church. Yep, it’s as weird as it sounds.
Want your kids to be smarter and do well in school? Travel with them!
David Sedaris talks about his love for the “daily stage fright” he feels when living abroad in Paris, France.
Wild donkeys and wild west gun fights on route 66.