Where to go for a trip?

上一篇 / 下一篇  2014-04-11 13:21:04 / 置顶(3)


Traveling is one of life’s great joys. It’s a way to see the world and learn about places you’ve never been before. Here are some ways to help you make the most of your travel experience.



1. Plan for the unexpected


An itinerary can be helpful, but you won’t be able to plan everything down to the smallest detail. How could you possibly have known about that little restaurant at the back of that alley before you arrived, or that friendly local who invited who into his house to hear him play the santuri? Often, the best parts of a trip are a result of an adventure.


2. Not getting what you want or getting what you didn’t want can be a blessing in disguise


When you have to take a later bus or a different ferry, you have no choice but to accept it. This is how a lot of successful people learn to be happy when things don’t go their way.


3. The best things can come from the worst experiences


Once, when I was in Sicily, I was swindled by a stranger for a hundred dollars. At first I was devastated. I spent the entire next day thinking about what I should have done to keep my money, and what I would do if I had it. But what I learned from this about humanity, about the nature of good and evil within people, and how circumstances force them to do bad things showed me a lot about myself and how to cope with misfortune.


4. Price and value are two different things


The cost of a trip may be a couple of thousand dollars, depending on how big you go. But the value it could have on your life and your memories could be priceless. Think about how much you are willing to spend, sure, but also consider what else you want from your vacation, who you want to meet, what kind of experiences you want to have, and how you want to remember it ten years from now.


5. Don’t follow others’ footsteps and find your own path


Traveling in a guided tour can be informative and fun, but I look forward to wandering away from the group, down labyrinthine alleys, into falafel shops and sectarianneighborhoods, to experience my own understanding of a city and its environs. The same applies to when I come home from my trip.


6. Living in the moment


Traveling is kind of like being in love. Except instead of being intimate with another person, you become intimate with a place. Those moments of pleasure when the sun hits your face and you look out onto a foreign countryside, or arrive at a new train depot in a bustle of taxis and hawkers—those are the moments you, or at least I, remember, and live for, again and again.


7. Seeing how other people live


We’re all part of a human family, but it’s easy to forget that when we move through our daily routine, seeing people who live just like we do. But when you see people going about their daily existence in ways very different from your own, it can open your eyes to how similar you are to them, and how different.


8. Appreciating what you have


When you see a family eating rice for dinner and sleeping on the street under the open sky, it can help you think about how lucky you are to have a home and warm clothes you can go back to. Chances are if you’re reading this right now, your probably in the top 20% of the world’s wealthiest people. Don’t forget it!


9. Discerning tiny differences


When you travel to a country that speaks a different language, it’s easy to spot what else makes it different. From the way the sunlight falls across a valley to the different flora and fauna in the surrounding forest, use your senses to determine what else is different in your foreign destination.


10. Be more comfortable alone


Even when you’re traveling with others, it can be isolating when no one speaks your language. Too often, you will have to make do thinking thoughts in your head, which is what many great thinkers, philosophers and artists have long known and practiced.


11. Learn how to tell a better story


Inevitably you will see or hear things worth telling friends about when you return home. After traveling enough, you will have all the practice you need to become a master story-teller.


So keep traveling with these lessons in mind and learn more from your experiences abroad.


  • 5

  • TAG: 旅行 阅读 英语 知道 方法 高频 解读

    引用 删除 kefulvgnhx   /   2014-06-13 11:39:15
    kvjcgcmph, http://www.lkywbemncq.com/ dfnvlifqxh
    引用 删除 ghi10   /   2014-06-06 14:13:07
    奥兰多 <a href="" target="_blank">美亚置业</a> 房产独领漂亮

    <a href="" target="_blank">美亚置业</a>  



    <a href="" target="_blank">美亚置业</a>



    引用 删除 def54   /   2014-05-28 11:27:27
    tb91274002:巨细战日常平凡脱的一样,方才试了一下,借不错youduoai5:很好的一单鞋子,早晓得这 <a href="www.seemsmart.com" target="_blank">www.seemsmart.com</a> 么好便不购保险啦。不错给5星。申通办事太好,赞一个奋风的英888:没有错不错,很都雅,穿了很和缓给5分吧!!!        鞋子恰好,我也很喜好,卖家立场也很好,下次必然还去那家。韩小慧112:还能够吧,偏偏肥的足一般尺码就能够了,不消年夜一码!tb43159509:跟念像中的有面纷歧样,感觉不值这个价钱,但仍是风俗好评啦,,
    李殊199735:鞋子很悦目 穿戴也恰好 但感受很轻浮 量量没那末好吧鞋子支到了,很标致的一款鞋子刘静紧10:鞋




    :loveliness: :handshake :victory: :funk: :time: :kiss: :call: :hug: :lol :'( :Q :L ;P :$ :P :o :@ :D :( :)



    昂立英语高考英语项目组明星老师,对于英语语法教学颇有心得。 中澳双学士, 对中西方的教育模式有着深切的思考。 英语交际能力强;6级优秀—写作137. 英语高级口译,发音地道纯正。 曾任第九届亚洲渔业论坛译员;校史馆英语讲解员。 Distinguished English Teacher of College Entrance Exam; China& Australia Double-Degreed; CET-6 : Excellent, writing 137; Advanced interpretation of English Interpreter of the 9th Asia Fisheries Forum; Interpreter of college history museum.


    « 2018-03-21  


    • 访问量: 238819
    • 日志数: 190
    • 建立时间: 2011-03-26
    • 更新时间: 2014-07-11


    Open Toolbar