Just read a few articles on the BBC Travel site (is the BBC website the best on the whole internet or what?) and a section called ‘ How we quit our jobs to travel‘ caught my eye, obviously.
Several articles about all sorts of people leaving good jobs to travel the world and their amazing stories, but one really caught my eye. It was about Daniel and Audrey whose blog Uncornered Market is a fascinating read. The article explained how they decided to leave their jobs and then what they went on to do. However, it was the final paragraph that fascinated me. I hope they don’t mind me republishing but it is just the perfect description of everything that Jo and I believe. Check their blog out.
Their biggest tip about travelling and the best travel advice we’ve seen is this.
The greatest impressions on life’s highlight reel need not always be attached to a several thousand dollar “trip of a lifetime”, but can instead be found, say, in the eight euro bottle of wine that you share under a tree behind an old train station on the France-Switzerland border.
Not much else I can say is there. Any thoughts anyone?