I don’t know about you guys, but I really struggle to travel light. I overthink every possible situation and take anything I could possibly need, half of which I never end up actually using.
My boyfriend has very kindly written a short piece on his time at Italian racetrack Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari. His enthusiasm has sparked my own obsession, not only with Formula 1, but also for the history of motorsport and cars in general. What makes it even more interesting, though, is the travel aspect that encompasses the sport, as it gives people the opportunity to visit countries all over the world while enjoying the Grand Prix, and they get a taste of culture along the way.
I love talking to people about their travel experiences, and one of the first things I ask when I meet new people is: where have you been? Everyone has a story, and it is so interesting to learn of others and their journey, especially if you are an aspiring traveller yourself. Whether you’re a backpacker, luxury traveller, the once-a-year holiday maker, or a Google Street Viewer, a travel story will always have appeal and relevance to your life, and who knows, it might just inspire you.
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If you’re like me, a compulsive list maker and organiser, you’ll understand that the planning of a holiday, road trip, day trip or anything big or exciting in your life, needs to be planned down to a T.