When you travel, do you have a plan to follow? Perhaps you prefer to drift from place to place, but that in itself is a plan in its own way. Does your journey usually have a destination, either geographically, intellectually, socially, economically, culturally or spiritually?
How much information do you need before you usually put a good travel plan together? How much time does it take to put the plan together, do all the required research and make the necessary arrangements? Is planning just as enjoyable as travelling?
Perhaps you find planning and travelling both to be stressful for much of the time. Continual Journeys is part of how I can help your travels to be much more relaxing, inspiring and rewarding.
To "follow" Continual Journeys, or any of my four Via blogs (the others are listed in the right hand column of this blog), you may like to begin by pressing the "follow" link at the top left of your screen (if one is available). Your choice to "follow" this blog, or not, will probably depend on whether you think my writings may help your travel plans.
It is easy to find information on a range of topics in each of my blogs. In the search box next to the "follow" link at the top of your screen, just type in a word about a subject you find interesting. You might find that the topic has been covered in this blog quite differently than you have found elsewhere.
You will also find some listings down your screen of the many topics I explore here. I've also provided a very useful link at the bottom of this Continual Journeys screen so that you can also easily search Wikipedia.
Do you have any questions about how to put a great travel plan together? What advice will you follow? Where will you explore? How will you plan?