We have already tackled on previous posts that traveling makes us a happier person. It uplifts our quality of life, that is why it is highly encouraged that even the average work force should spend time traveling some place new. As there’s a saying, “Traveling is the only thing you buy that makes you richer.”
The world is a big place waiting to be discovered. The more you get out there and explore, the more traveling opens your mind to new cultures and traditions.
Many types of research suggest that travel widens your perspective and makes you smarter compared to when just lazing around during days off. It gets you ahead of life because people who experience the many cultural diversities are more adaptable to their working environments.
Even short trips can bring some peace of mind and other health benefits. Traveling out of the country also makes a person smarter and more creative as it uses your brain during situational problem-solving. This is why people who have traveled abroad are relatively more creative than those who do not travel.
According to psychological studies, a person’s ability to interact with people of different culture and the capacity to deal with social situations that are out of one’s comfort zone is helping create a strong self-foundation in relation to how rich his cultural experiences are.
More often, our everyday lives are short of creativity and fun, adventures we humans also yearn. And by satisfying our wanderlust, we open the door to our imaginations and began to explore our minds while traveling the world.
International Travel Festival
The Moroccan Association of Ibn Battuta will honor the legacy of the renowned world traveler Ibn Battuta on November 9 to 12, 2017 during the second edition of International Festival of Ibn Battuta. The event shall take place at the traveler’s hometown in the city of Tangier, Morocco.
With groups of volunteers coming from different parts of the world, it will be a unique celebration of Peace and Unity by promoting the culture of traveling. There will be conferences discussing the festival’s theme, “Travelers, the Ambassadors of Peace.”
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