“What do you enjoy?”
For many people, the response to this question is “I love to travel.”
I fall into this group, but my travel preference may be a bit different than yours. And that’s the way it should be… your travel should fit you.
If you enjoy travel, you should make it your own. Do it the way you want to do it. Don’t do it to impress anyone else.
When I travel I often like to blend in with the locals, enjoy the day-to-day in a new location. My travel is usually not about beaches, theme parks and endless partying. My travel is slow-paced, spontaneous, and reflective.
I am currently one month in to a road trip… a road trip that has me living in a van… a road trip with no destination in mind.
People often ask me where I am heading, and I usually don’t know.
If I decide to end the #sandybanff journey tomorrow, then so be it. I will put the van in storage or sell it and move on to the next adventure.
My travel is not glamourous. My travel is not the variety you’ll find in the pages of Departures (a magazine that American Express sends me regularly that I immediate chuck into the recycle pile). My travel is personal, and it is not for everyone.