Travel Broadens the Mind
Today most people view travelling as a time to relax and spend their time in a stress free environment. In my opinion travel does broaden the mind even if you are only relaxing. Enjoying the scenery, the food and the culture all are a part of broadening one’s mind. It is know that a lot of good writers and successful people have had extraordinary new ideas after travelling and. Travelling can influence our thinking. Although this may be true to many people, there are some cases where travelling cannot always broaden some people’s minds. Some people may experience culture shock where they become mentally confused. The aim of travelling nowadays may not only be for relaxation, but also business. To businesspeople, travelling is part of their job. They are sent to countries to invest, promote, to enhance the relationship between areas and developing the economy. It is so easy to hop on a plane and fly anywhere. The transport in some countries will enable us to visit places we have never been before. Some people feel that a person’s education is not complete unless he has travelled, as they experience new things. I think that this can only be true if the traveller chooses where they want to go wisely. If they chose a place like a resort, they are hardly going to broaden their mind, whilst if they go somewhere like Rome, they will be taking in culture and history. Still, you do not have to travel a great distance to experience new things. To broaden one’s mind means to feel the soul of the country. To achieve this, the traveller will need to leave his customs and country behind. He must become like one of them, visit local places, markets and see the country how the locals see it. The traveller needs to get involved with the country. Living in another culture enables people to add it to their own culture. You learn about new religions, customs, and visit different places that are treasured by that country, whether it may be visiting a...
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