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9 Facts That Will Make You Want To Travel

9 Facts That Will Make You Want To Travel
To Travel is To Live

1.  No life is truly worth living without seeing the beauty of our planet. “To Travel is To Live” – Hans Christian Andersen.

2. Recent studies have found that money spent on travel is more likely to make you much happier than money spent on material wealth.

3. You`ll eventually forget about your $500 iPhone but you`ll never forget the first time you saw a breathtaking mounting range, your first steps on some of the world`s most spectacular beaches, your fist dive into the ocean, your first stroll through some old town in a country far far away…

4. The Length of your trip doesn’t affect your post trip happiness. A short trip will make you feel just as happy. Sometimes a weekend is all you need.

5. Studies have also shown that travelers get along with people better, and often feel less anxiety in everyday social situations.

6. Couples that travel together show increased intimacy. The best travel accessory is always the person you love.

7. Trips can change history. Darwin was inspired by traveling to the Galapagos. Che Guevara found himself biking across South America. Colombo got lost and discovered America 🙂

8. The only big cost for traveling to a distant country or another continent is the airplane ticket. A body massage in Bali is only $6. A dinner out in Korea is 10$. And, while visiting England you can stay in a real medieval castle for $150 a night.

9. Travel can make you smarter as a person. Those who travel often are better problem solvers.

I think it`s time for you to hit the road! What do you think?

P.S. If you have any “words of wisdom” from your personal experience that can inspire and encourage people to actually want to travel, feel free to share it in the comments below…

To Travel is To Live

 
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I could not agree more! I love the last point about traveling makes you smarter. And not just smarter, but also more tolerant and better all-around person. Exposure to other cultures helps you understand and accept differences between you and your fellow human beings.
Nice list!

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