We never regret travel. Clothing and expensive dinners come and go, but the memories and insights gained on a trip remain with a traveler forever. This can be especially true when you go outside your comfort zone and gather new experiences.
Staying at a resort for seven days straight may sound good, but stretching a little can yield huge rewards. “We try to go off the beaten path and find places that allow people to talk with local people and see things they wouldn’t usually see,” says Mary Dell Lucas, president of Far Horizons travel in San Anselmo, California. For 35 years, her company has led historical and archaeological tours throughout the world, headed by prominent scholars.
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