July 27, 2021 In Coasts, Essence of LoST, LoST experiences, People and place
On small travel
Small travel in the time of COVID has become incredibly important. Alexander Lobrano has written a beautiful piece published in The New York Times on 21 July 2021 and available here. The piece, ‘Making discovery, not distance, travel’s point’ is a celebration of travel in general, of small travel in particular and of the joy of discovering place. There is one line which sums up so much:
‘This kind of small-brush-stroke travel is intimately valuable, too, because it teaches us where we live and who we are. ‘
Enjoy this wonderful piece. You can also read some more ideas of the essence of local slow travel here and more about people and place here.