“Travel isn’t always pretty. It isn’t always comfortable. Sometimes it hurts, it even breaks your heart. The journey changes you.”
I was born and raised in a small sheep farming community in Australia, called Byaduk. With a population of 40 people, most of the town were our family.
Escaping my destiny as a sheep farmer, I moved to London in 2008 where I worked as a change manager specialising mostly in organisational design. But, with a desire to travel too strong, I quit my job in 2016 to focus on other things.
Things on a trip that are always with me
I travel most of the time of the year. I always have all necessary things with me. If you are going to travel for a long distance you’ll need:
Gadgets and Route Map
First Aid Medicines
documents for departure and entry to countries
Many countries many emotions
No matter what kind of trip you take, you often go through a myriad of emotions before, during and after your adventure. Whether it’s a week-long beach holiday or a round-the-world trip, here are a few feelings you may experience.
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