Your classroom may be the epicentre of your learning, with textbooks and lecturers ready to guide you. But the treasure chest of knowledge lies Beyond the Classroom – when you go out there and travel the world.
1. Experience over things
Have you ever noticed how little you really need when you travel? You can find happiness exploring new skills and bonding with people while creating lasting memories.
2. Try new things
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On the road, you can take a break from your textbooks and look beyond the classroom to try new things. From thrilling activities like skiing or hiking to learning new languages and tasting new food, it teaches life lessons in the most exciting way possible.
3. Appreciate different culture
Beyond the classroom and out in the open, travelling teaches you about diverse culture, their history, customs and cuisines. You learn about cultural festivals, historical landmarks, beliefs and lifestyle.
4. Making friends with strangers
When you are at school or college, you are surrounded by familiar places. But starting a journey with a complete stranger and making a friend out of him is a unique thrill that everyday life does not offer you.
5. Appreciate the little things
While you travel, time slows down. You can just sit and enjoy the sunset or reflect on your experiences. No one is clocking your time or putting you up for an assignment. You can simply enjoy the nature away from your everyday routine.