A few months ago I went to Georgia. Even if it was only for a couple of days, it was great for getting the first taste of Georgia. So I want to share with you my first impressions of this beautiful country called Georgia (საქართველო) or as it felt to me- little India. Stay tuned till the end for a chance to win a FREE GIVEAWAY.
Recently we had to deal with a loss of a relative so naturally, it got me and my partner talking about all the topics related to grieving. We discussed what we would do in case something happened to the other one. Both of us agreed that we would go on a solo trip to clear up the mind and give it some time.
Ask people what they’d like to have more of in their life, and you’ll invariably get the answer “travel.” And before you start giving me all the excuses, just let me give you some truths:
If your dream is to travel the world and experience everything that it has to offer (like it is mine), you need to somehow find the money to make that happen. It’s something that many people struggle with, but there are ways to find the money for your travel adventure, even if you don’t have lots of money at your disposal right now. I am going to look at some of the best ways to fund your travel plans, so read on to find out more.
Traveling is as much about experiencing new modalities of life and learning new skills on the way. You are improving your personality every time you step outside of your comfort zone and experience new and exciting things.
When I moved to Norway I was forced to learn Norwegian because my colleagues did not speak any English. When I traveled to Bulgaria, I had to learn how to live on cucumbers and cabbage on daily basis, when I went to Romania, I learned how to hitchhike. Traveling makes you learn new things wherever you go.
When you travel a lot, people often ask how you do it. They say that they don’t have the time or the money and that they wish they could travel like you could. It’s true that some people really don’t have the time or money to travel, but many people could come up with both if they wanted to. If you have travel dreams, they don’t have to be dreams forever. They can become reality if you’re willing to work towards it. And it could be a lot easier and less expensive than you imagine it might be.