One of the greatest joys of travel is the connection we make with others. Don’t you feel delighted when you find yourself laughing with someone even though you don’t speak the same language? Or when, years after traveling somewhere, you hear someone talking about the tiniest details, like the taste of the soup in that corner café or the pounding of the rain on those tin roofs? It makes you feel as though you’re right back there, and like this person understands something about you. Whether the connections we make last only a short while, or span years of our lives, they add richness to everything we do.
To build connections with people who are making global experience an integral part of their lives, join us for the “Living Your Ideal Global Life Summit.” This virtual conference takes place January 26 – 30, 2015, through Small Planet Studio. To learn more, click here: Global Life Summit
In my recent guest blogpost for Small Planet Studio, I write about how transformative travel is a catalyst that kicks a deeper, wiser part of you into action. And I offer insights into ways to make your travel experiences more profound. Read my post here: Is Your Travel Transformative?
But before you go, tell us about the travel connections that have brought you the most joy.
Hi, I'm Deidra
To me, transformative travel means traveling in a way that connects you to places and people in a profound way., being real and present with what is happening while you travel and recognizing the impact travel has on your life beyond your journeys.