El Fenn

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It feels like many of us are out of practice when it comes to travel doesn’t it? But after almost two years at home, the world is finally on the move again and we thought we’d explore what travel means to us.

1. It’s never felt more precious 

Just two years ago, we took jumping on a plane for granted. Imagine how it’s going to feel when you sit down for your first cup of mint tea under a bright blue sky. Which leads us on to…

2. Anticipation

You’ll also get to enjoy looking forward to your trip during the weeks or months after you’ve booked.

3. Friends (and family) reunited

We’ve been apart from the people we love for too long now. Travelling abroad together allows you to reconnect with each other in a way you’ll never get over lunch or a weekend. 


4. Rest & reset

It’s been a gruelling couple of years on so many levels and we all need a break in order to recharge. A staycay is enjoyable but you’ll only really disconnect from day-to-day life when you leave it behind for a while.

5. Expand your horizons

Working from home has meant the same four walls day after day for many of us. It’s time to open up our worlds again.

6. Experience something new

A few years ago, researchers collated data on travel and found that it’s literally good for your health. Paul Nussbaum, a clinical neuropsychologist, said the mental benefits are clear. “When you expose your brain to an environment that’s novel and complex or new and difficult, the brain literally reacts.” Which leads to…

7. Natural high

Having fun boosts our happy hormone serotonin and reduces cortisol – the one that makes us feel anxious.


8. Get a fresh perspective

Life for many has changed irrevocably but a bit of distance always helps to put things into focus. As the great Kahlil Gibran once said about friendships: ‘For that which you love most in him may be clearer in his absence, as the mountain to the climber is clearer from the plain.’

9. Make memories

Meik Wiking, a researcher at the Happiness Research Institute and author of The Art Of Making Memories says: ‘Happy memories form the cornerstone of our identity… They influence our happiness in the current moment, as well as providing a framework for our hopes and dreams about the future.’

10. Pay it forward

Respectful travel creates vital income and employment for the community you visit.


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