Travel is most fun when...

travel when you've got a map with no destination or a destination
with no

Travel is fun when you've got a destination, have no idea how to get there, but know that you're going to get there anyway.

It's equally fun when you've got a map, and simply decide to wander.

It's less fun when you've got both a destination and a map, because then you've got an artificial experience. And by definition, such an experience takes away (or severely diminishes) the best feature of good travel - Serendipity.


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