Developing Real Life Skills Through Travel
Travel is the relocation of individuals between different geographical locations. Travel can be performed by feet, car, bicycle, plane, train, bus, boat, horseback, bicycle, or any other mode of transport and is a one way or round trip travelling. Travel tends to include international travel where people go from country to country and some examples of this are travelling by air, sea or land, depending on the climate and transportation options available.
The term “travel” refers to moving from one location to another. It often involves some form of transport, whether it is people things or equipment. Traveling may be voluntary or a necessity for many people in their daily lives. For example, a person going on a business trip or a tourist visiting a new place may have different travel needs than a family going on holiday. People going on business trips will need certain facilities like hotels, restaurants and transportation while a tourist may not need much in the way of facilities but will have enough money for food and is planning on spending most of his/her time in the new place. Similarly, if an individual is relocating to a new place, he will also need to make arrangements for his accommodation and transportation.
When people travel, they are usually carrying along with them their preferences such as clothes, books and other belongings. Many travelers take along their favorite songs, souvenirs, artwork, etc. to ensure that they have something to do when in the new place. Thus, the need for travel often leads to people engaging in various activities to keep themselves entertained while in the process of their travels and may even result in developing real life skills such as learning languages, taking up adventure sports and so on