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Rolf Potts: Vagabonding Book Summary
Front Cover Glimpse Vagabonding is about taking time off from your normal life--from six weeks to four months to two years--to discover and experience the world on your own terms. About the Author Rolf Potts funded his earliest vagabonding experiences by working as a landscaper and an ESL teacher. The images represent actual product though color of the image and product may slightly differ. What does vagabonding mean to you?
Have you taken long term journey or you travelling currently? Share your experiences. How fascinating. A friend from grade school lives with her husband in a motor home and travels all over the U.
Thanks and I appreciate your opinion. Great review! I so agree about how charming it was and it definitely changed how I viewed travel.
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Thanks for reminding me about this book. I need to read it again! Traveling is like an internal expansion of your mind. Great review Amandeep. And lovely perspectives on travelling in this book And I do really enjoy the idea of travelling at leisure …for you discover so much more. Enter a searach query. Toggle navigation. There are main three takeaways from this: Travel simply , with bare necessities to live.
Leave behind the stuff that bounds you to various chains and holds you back. Simplicity is underrated, a neglected commodity but at the sametime is priceless. Travel slowly , and engage with your surroundings. Watch and listen, a traveller is an active body which is different from being a tourist. Travel without an a strict agenda and you will do what feels right. There should not be any rush to check off a list just for the sake of getting things done.
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