Over the past two weeks during Bocconi University’s fall break, I have travelled to five different cities in 14 days. I travelled to Paris France, Dublin Ireland, London Britain, Berlin Germany, and Rome Italy. It has been quite an adventure, exploring different cities, beautiful architectures, delicious foods, and of course we can’t forget, figuring out public transportation.
Over the course of my traveling I have learned two very important lessons about traveling. First lesson; it is the journey that matters, not the destination. I travelled with a friend of mine, and we really got along well and we realized that it was more enjoyable to travel and spend time with each other than it was to reach the final destination point or tourist location. The second lesson I learned was that it is okay to trust people, and share some laughter with strangers (but of course you have to be smart about it). The world is usually not out to get you, so have fun with life as it passes you by. Time is precious so laugh, live, and love.