Why Is Travel Healthy for People and Young Agers

Why Is Travel Healthy for People and Young Agers

It is a new for everyone when we want to travel to improve health and human thinking. After a lifetime of saving for the future, it took us a while to realize that the future is now and we had to get the hang of living in the present.t  This is a problem that a lot of people would love to have but for those of us who worked hard not for lazy, paid for our children’s education and were lucky with our investments, we can change gears and think about how we want to spend the years we have left with minimum guilt.


Travel is good for our brains as well as to improve health. Each time we take a trip to a new place, there are mistakes and problems that come up to get up and decide a new and effected place. At home, we might just whine and complain, but when we are in a foreign country we experience the glitches as new challenges.  From there, we booked a car one day later than we needed it in. There’s a strike in Florence and the restaurants and hotels are closed.  We have a reservation in a parador in Spain, but there’s a medieval arts festival and we can’t drive to the hotel and desire to visit it. In some countries, my brain was particularly challenged, he had to adjust to driving on the left side of the road, deal with confusing round-a-bouts and shift with his left hand.


Meet With New Peoples

Meeting new people. Wherever we go, we meet people we would never have met otherwise. On a Caribbean cruise we met a British couple who lived outside of London and i’m excited. We visited them in London and then a year later, traveled with them in Sicily hopefully as we thought. There was the Australian couple we met on a Caribbean cruise who said, “Come visit us if you ever come to Sydney.” Then we ask him sure. so we accepted their invitation and go there. We stayed at their house and climbed to the top of the Sydney bridge together. There was the guide in Hong Kong who said she wants to go to graduate school in the United States for Sociology. We met the students. When I told her I was a retired Professor of Sociology, she told me she had written an article in Hong Kong and asked if I would be willing to comment on it. And now we have contact by an email correspondence. We needed a SIM card in New Zealand and went into a store to get help. We got the SIM card, but only after we spent an hour talking to a salesman who was born in Zimbabwe and lived in Austin as we judge, Texas for 5 years before moving to New Zealand. And perhaps most important, on a trip to Mexico City in 2015, I visited a famous and extra ordinary Frida Kahlo museum and learned about Leon Trotsky’s assassination in Coyoacán. That became the basis for a post that I published this topic.


As we know travel is not only fun, it has greatly expanded our horizons. We have met physical and intellectual challenges together and felt a sense of wonderment that we used to think was only for the young. But now we know better!.

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