The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page

Travel is the only thing you can buy that makes you richer. You are one of seven billion people here on Earth — a massive planet full of different culture on six different continents, and 195 countries vastly differing from your own.

It’s important to explore our curiosities and travel. It not only makes us appreciate what we have, but a vacation helps to make us feel less anxious and stressed as well.

Sometimes, we even realise that the grass is greener on the other side and you’re not destined to spend the rest of your life living in your small town of 159 people. If you don’t like where you are, then leave. You’re not a tree.

I plan on living my life with no regrets, and once a year, I like to go somewhere I’ve never been before. So far, I’ve visited 15 different countries and lived in Canada, Nicaragua & Australia…and I don’t plan on pumping the brakes any time soon on my impulsive plane ticket purchases.

To be on your death bed and reflecting on your life wishing you had seen the Louvre in France, the canals of Venice in Italy, The Great Wall of China, The Running of the Bulls in Spain, or even climbed Mount Everest in Nepal  would be a shame.

Live your life to the fullest and explore all that you can.

After all, you  can’t put a price on experiences.

I’m hoping that my posts on countries I’ve visited will help aid in your decision to finally book that vacation you deserve, and open your eyes to the world around you.

London, England

Making the Decision to Travel to Europe

Laguna de Apoyo, Nicaragua