Long-term travel is, in fact, all it’s cracked up to be! It’s exhilarating, exotic, and life-changing, and it can also come with its own set of challenges. After all, real-life needs and responsibilities don’t just disappear!
If the goal is to travel long term, you have to travel in a way that allows for you to sustainably go from place to place while preventing burnout, exhaustion, and loneliness (all very real things that travelers experience, but are rarely talked about).
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