You are telling me.
You also love travel? Words?
And learning?
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The Bachelor of Travel is a site dedicated to travel stories, adventures, and to how our perception can transform the mundane into something magical.

Created by moi and run on a cocktail of raw enthusiasm and naive dedication, these words and photos aim to allow visitors to reconsider the notion of travel.

Simply, I like words, so I share mine here. I also plan mini-adventures to make my life more exciting. 

Wherever you live, whatever your budget allows, you too can explore the world around you.

If you like this path and follow this philosophy, well I guess you got yourself a Bachelor in Travel! 

Stay adventurous. 

Appreciation

• to go through life valuing those moments, people or experiences that make everything else worth it.
• to appreciate the opportunities you have been given.

Belonging

• to realize that whether close or far away from home, human nature has the capacity to connect, to set roots and to establish a new home somewhere.
• travel is about finding that you belong in the most surprising places.

Compassion

• to understand the way other people lead their lives. To develop empathy, to connect with our fellow human beings and to experience their reality.
• travelling as a way of realizing our differences are not what defines us.

Development

• to develop ideas of your self-image of places that inspire you or of places that don't.
• travelling as a tool of creating your senses, your dreams, your knowledge.

Accountability

• to acknowledge there are things we could all be doing better. To acknowledge your contribution towards humanity's wrongdoings.
• travelling as a way of realizing what could be done better and then setting out to make it happen.

Inspiration

• to allow your experiences to give you new meaning in life, in art, in business.
• travelling as a way of mentally refreshing old ideas.

Adaptability

• a lesson in realizing how few things in life are under your control.
• travelling as a way of embracing changes as a given in all situations and preparing your mentality to cope with the adjustments.

Research

• where to go, what to see, how to get there.
• travelling as way of developing the skills of knowing what you want or allowing others to plan it for you.

Relaxation

• to create for both the physical and mental state of your mind a protective barrier from the worrys of everyday life.
• travelling as a way of finding peace and calm.

Awareness

• to comprehend the puzzle of which we are but just one piece.
• travelling as a way of realizing the insignificance of some of our lives troubles.

Understanding

• to develop sympathy, compassion or tolerance and gain new perspective through the connections you built with others.
• travelling as a way of removing egocentrism.

Freedom

• to explore your capacity of creating and sharing ideas, pictures or words free of limitations.
• travelling as a way of realizing we are not all able to be free.

Passion

• the ability to explore what drives the inner working of your mind free from constraint and censorship.
• travelling as a way of giving your mind room to grow.
  • to go through life valuing those moments, people or experiences that make everything else worth it.
  • to appreciate the opportunities you have been given.
  • to realize that whether close or far away from home, human nature has the capacity to connect, to set roots and to establish a new home somewhere.
  • travel is about finding that you belong in the most surprising places. 
  • to understand the way other people lead their lives. To develop empathy, to connect with our fellow human beings and to experience their reality.
  • travelling as a way of realizing our differences are not what defines us. 
  • to develop ideas of your self-image of places that inspire you or of places that don’t.
  • travelling as a tool ofcreating your senses, your dreams, your knowledge. 
  • to acknowledge there are things we could all be doing better. To acknowledge your contribution towards humanity’s wrongdoings.
  • Travelling as a way of realizing what could be done better and then setting out to make it happen.
  • to allow your experiences to give you new meaning in life, in art, in business.
  • travelling as a way of mentally refreshing old ideas.
  • a lesson in realizing how few things in life are under your control.
  • travelling as a way of embracing changes as a given in all situations and preparing your mentality to cope with the adjustments
  • where to go, what to see, how to get there.
  • travelling as wayof developing the skills of knowing what you want or allowing others to plan it for you. 
  • to create for both the physical and mental state of your mind a protective barrier from the worrys of everyday life.
  • travelling as a way of finding peace and calm
  • to comprehend the puzzle of which we are but just one piece.
  • travelling as a way of realizing the insignificance of some of our lives troubles. 
  • to develop sympathy, compassion or tolerance and gain new perspective through the connections you built with others
  • travelling as a way of removing egocentrism
  • to explore your capacity of creating and sharing ideas, pictures or words free of limitations.
  • travelling as a way of realizing we are not all able to be free
  • the ability to explore what drives the inner working of your mind free from constraint and censorship
  • travelling as a way of giving your mind room to grow

Take a look at this map. What do you see?

  • Greece
  • Romania
  • Turkey
  • Jordan
  • Lebanon
  • New Zealand
  • Phillipines
  • Ireland
  • Scotland
  • England (UK)
  • Belgium
  • Netherlands
  • Malta
  • Hungary

A few pins covering an area so vast and boundless it makes you wonder, what have I seen?

Maybe your map is covered in full. Maybe there are but a couple of pins. Maybe there is only one.

Take a moment and mentally ZOOM IN.

Take stock of all the towns you have visited hidden beneath one single pin.

Of all the people you have come across whose stories you have shared and listened to.

Recognize how much natural beauty surrounds you that others travel far and wide to reach. 

Measure places not in terms of their span in covering this globe but in their depth.

And wherever you are in the world. Whatever pin you are happening to at that moment occupy.

ZOOM in a little bit. 

ZOOM IN A BIT MORE

explore the stories that count

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