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Why Travel Matters: A Guide to the Life-Changing Effects of Travel

Craig Storti

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Social & cultural anthropology, ethnography, Perception, Travel tips & advice: general, Travel writing

Travelling can be truly life-changing, but it's so easy to end up a tourist. Craig Storti, expert intercultural trainer, explores the profound life lessons awaiting those who become true travellers.

Why Travel Matters explores the profound life lessons that await anyone who wishes to learn what travel has to teach. With engaging prose, delightful wit and a distinctive style, Craig Storti infuses his own experiences traveling the world for 30+ years with quotations, insights, reflections and commentary from famous travelers, great travel writers, historians and literary masters. Storti's vast knowledge of the literature makes him an expert curator of astute gems from the likes of: St. Augustine, Mark Twain, Somerset Maugham, D. H. Lawrence, Bruce Chatwin, Aldous Huxley and more.

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Praise for Why Travel Matters: A Guide to the Life-Changing Effects of Travel

  • A philosophical and anthropological exploration of how the act of travelling alters the traveller

  • A highly intelligent and deeply engaging book that examines not only the beauty but also the importance of travel

  • You may have visited the Taj Mahal and the Great Wall of China, but if you haven't read this book, you may not have traveled. From deep experience and insight, Craig Storti, with clarity, humor, and a grand sense of history, shows how travel does matter. In practical steps, he demonstrates ways we can go beyond mere tourism to become enlightened participants in new places everywhere. For all travelers-not to mention interculturalists-this book is a must.

  • In this invaluable book Craig Storti compellingly answers the question: "Why does travel matter?" He differentiates between travel and tourism then makes the case that travel guarantees that the person who set out on a journey is not the same one who returns. His treasury of quotes vividly illuminates his points, adding rich context to this captivating work. The farther I got into this book, the more I wished I had read it 50 years ago. Craig captures concepts that took me a long time to learn on my own?both about how the world works and about myself. His point: travel is both an inner and outer journey.

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