Travel to Nowhere

Travel to Nowhere – Life Without Travel

The only place one can travel to currently is travel to nowhere. It is time for virtual travel and reliving those precious travel memories.

Travel to Nowhere

Travel by its very nature is all about the outdoors. Be it getting lost in the beautiful arms of nature or being awed by an architectural masterpiece crafted by the hands of Man. As travel writers, it goes without saying that travel is the grist to the mills of our mind. Mills, that churns out content in the form of words that go on to form sentences and paragraphs that stoke the imagination of the readers. So how do the mills function without the grist? How does the traveller feel when shackled by circumstances? In the times when travel is impossible and it is literally a situation of travel to nowhere, how are passionate travellers and those for whom travel is sustenance coping? For that one needs to delve deep into the minds and hearts of travel writers.

Travel to Nowhere – Life Without Travel

Travel for us, as it must be for others of our ilk is a multi-dimensional activity. We travel to the same destinations multiple times and not always physically. We travel to exotic places even before being transported there physically, on the wings of our imagination. We then travel to the same places with our physical bodies. Again we head back there many times as we relive the experiences while writing about them. Yes, we are not travelling anywhere, barring the confines of our homes, but who has ever been able to chain the imagination of the mind?

So though we are not able to travel physically, we revisit the places through our writings, the words are the vehicles that ensure that our travel does not stop and we continue to explore the world through our imagination fed by years of travel and nurtured by innumerable travel experiences.

Virtual Travelling

  • Recreating the magic of the destination through your writing or videos
  • Even if you are not a travel writer or blogger, this is the time to start penning your experiences and reading about travel
  • Spend your time planning your bucket list itinerary for the time when things come back to normal
  • Participate in online webinars and workshops related to travel and travel destinations
  • Go on a virtual tour to the place that you have always dreamt of waking up in, there are many Virtual Reality 360 degree trips to exotic places
  • Watch Travel videos
  • Read Travel Blogs
  • Go through photo albums
  • Look for travel-related posts on Instagram and other social media platforms
  • Read travel-related articles or travel books
  • Watch travel-related movies

Travel, they say is a great educator, yes it is, and it also teaches tolerance and instils a positivity that is rare. Travel and the dreams that travel inspires and forges keeps us going today though we travel nowhere.

We know that the world will heal itself and soon the wilderness of the wilds will beckon us to experience its wildlife, the museums of the world will resonate with our footfalls, the temples, mosques, and other monuments of India and the world will smile welcomingly at us. Till then we bide our time and indulge in writing about travel and dreaming about it.

Pinit

Travel to Nowhere – Life Without Travel


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2 thoughts on “Travel to Nowhere – Life Without Travel”

  1. I love this article. The mind is do Initiative and creative and it’s an amazing gift to be able to put thoughts done on paper. I have always liked writing, expressing my thoughts and even poems its so therapeutic.

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  2. Yes times are tough for so many of us for many different reasons. I don’t get to travel much but we do like to go away for the odd weekend away and it is frustrating not being able to. We are also getting frustrated not being able to do much, it is so important to get out and about with young kids!
    I’ve seen loads of virtual tours being share online and I think that is a superb idea, it also gives us a chance to check things out that we can add to our travel list for when things are not so crazy anymore.

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