Need a trip advisor for your next trip?
Need a mission or social service trip without a hefty price tag? Tired of visiting the same place every year? Is money holding you back from your travel dreams? Is the media mentally manipulating you to stay home away from “danger”? Is it hard to imagine a few weeks outside your routine?
Sit back and let Priscilla do the work for you. She takes great pleasure in researching, booking, flying, planning, and well-the whole process!
Instead of booking the same vacation with the travel agent who has only visited Mexico. Choose a Trip Advisor qualified reviewer and Cultural analyst. Priscilla travels by fully immersing herself in cultures in a way
Instead of having the standard travel book-try a solo vacation and come back with the best experiences and stories of a lifetime. Traveling alone is one of the scariest thought for many and this included myself! Why would I travel alone to India? Honduras? Morocco?
It starts with one country for just a few days and then it continues on to a lifetime of travel-for those with a dash of bravery and a dash of adventure seeking. If you are not ready to take the plunge for solo travel-no problem. A small group trip is perfectly fine. It’s important to share a new way of travel with any and every silent. You will also learn how to interact with people in a simpler way aiding in maximizing the cultural experience.
Nowadays, everything about a city or country can be found in a few seconds. A smart phone application has flight alerts for low prices. Package deals are offered on Agoda, Expedia, and Priceline. All kinds of reviews on Trip Advisor. Who really needs a travel advisor these days?
There is traveling by the book and there is “Authentic Immersed Travel.” This travel puts psychology and culture as the stem of a flower. The petals of sightseeing, restaurants, and nice hotels make the flower appealing and beautiful. But the stem has significant meaning in a new kind of cultural learning.
Often travelers will have their only cultural interaction being waiters, tour guides, and photos with someone interesting. There is a way to initiate conversation with locals and get to know them personally. Plus ones glue to their travel partner and people who are craving your conversation and attention get overlooked. These locals people have laughter, stories, kindness, giving spirit, and they can give you better information than a tour book most of the time. The petals are shedding with cultural learning opportunities and personal benefits.
It’s not just about people, but there are travel tips that can only come from a significant amount of solo travel and ultra interaction with cultures. How to avoid the lines, get reduced hotel rates, local market bargaining, tipping, what to wear, keeping off the pounds, and nature exercise.
Traveling is truly an art form and with many experiences as an analyst-I would like to share them with travelers. See FLY for more information Why I travel
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