If you could travel anywhere, where would you go and why? Traveling to someplace you’ve always wanted to visit, or even somewhere completely new, is rewarding and gratifying. It gets you out of your comfort zone and encourages you to explore new areas you’ve never seen, experienced, or imagined before. It helps open your eyes to the broader world and offers a chance for you to explore other cultures in nations that are hundreds of miles from your front door. I think it’s important to explore parts of the world you’ve never been to before. When I was 20 years old I went to Guatemala to help rebuild some houses after a hurricane. It was a life changing event for me and gave me a whole new perspective on life. When you stay in one place for your whole life, your exposure is limited. Traveling is an eye-opening phenomenon that gives you experiences you never thought you’d have. You can taste exotic foods (I had fresh A MIND- OPENING EXPERIENCE Different Places Make for Different Perspectives 11974 Willow Grove Rd., Camden, DE 19934 93C Saulsbury Rd., Dover, DE 19904 MARCH 2019
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Visiting the ruins of Machu Picchu and the Egyptian pyramids would be remarkable. What interests me most about these two areas is how real the people who once lived there were. These individuals loved, laughed, and lived, just like you and I. Even though they are no longer with us, they were real people with real lives who just lived one day into the next. The remnants of who they were and what they created are still with us today, and I find that fascinating. As summer grows ever nearer, it’s a good time to start thinking about where you’ve always wanted to visit. Let yourself be swept up in the cultures around you and be excited about these wonderful new experiences. Jesse Zimmerman
cooked alligator and iguana soup), see sights you’ve only ever seen in pictures (the town we were in had possible Mayan mounds), and learn from the world around you (like trying to learn Spanish from little Guatemalan boys). When you travel, you get to know the people who live in that area or country, their culture, and what they do in their daily lives.
I also would love to stand in the same place as people from thousands of years ago.
“These individuals loved, laughed, and lived, just like you and I. Even though they are no longer with us, they were real people with real lives who just lived one day into the next.”
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