Isn’t the idea of working your way around the globe pretty exciting?
The prospect of getting a job that lets you travel is now a lot more possible than it ever was in the past. So, how can you earn a living while you carry out your globe-trotting?
While many only have a few days or weeks to spare for a vacation to get away from their usual routine back home, others decide to stay longer to their desired travel destinations for months or even years. It’s not a usual trend for many travellers, as most people are only allowed a short time to have a break from their work. In fact, according to The Atlantic, long-term travelling is more popular in countries such as Australia and the United Kingdom, while Americans are said to be “still relatively new” to the idea as they think it will cost too much on their end.
I guess that a lot of people would love to travel but don’t do so because they are worried about doing it alone.
I was in the same situation before heading off from home the first time. So, what inspiring reasons are there for travelling solo?
It seems hard to believe now but it wasn’t too long ago that Glasgow was regarded as a smelly, impoverished, dirty city with huge crime problems. These days, it is an attractive and appealing place, although it still has an undeniably gritty feel to parts of it.
I was chatting to a friend yesterday who had just returned from a 2 week break at Disney World in Orlando, Florida and I was asking them if they’d had a good time? Their answer was interesting.