Lady Lynda decides on what direction her talks will take.
Lady Lynda in her flowing just below the knee dress of various deep blues and purples, took about five minutes to peruse her audience so she could gage how best to engage them.
She noticed mostly sober looking expressions as if to say okay convince me why I should listen to you? Lady Lynda professional that she was convinced herself of instead of giving up to rise to the challenge before her.
The prim woman herself on her two inch pumps. With her barel five feet height even a mere two inches made her feel wobbly. She then took a deep breath to steady her nerves. Once more pursing the crowd she began to talk.
“Here’s how to broaden your horizons without spending exorbitant money. Moreover if you’re pressed for how long you can travel. I’ll start with these suggestions. Go to ethnic festivals Dine at foreign cuisine restaurants that are true to their culutre. Tour museums of different ethnic groups.
Why should you do these things. Well the answer is you will broaden your horizons and therefore you communicate with more different types of people. And that includes business people.”
Traveling is an effective way to broadem your understanding of different cultures. Of course one can read a tourist guide. Or one can go to a local ethnic festival or museum. However when you go the country you get to see other people in their native settings. So if going to Canada or Mexico or overseas you can see different states. Each state in the US includes something distinctive to them. From Alabama to Wyoming there are events that are exclusive to them
If you fly often enough you can benefit from frequent flyer miles. How much depends on the airline. You can utilize different travel savings sites. Two I recommend areTtripadvisor and Trivago.
I would look for package deals. You don’t need to stay in a luxory hotel unless you want to. On the flip side I’m certainly not suggesting you stay in fleabag hotel with bedbugs, mice or worst. There is a lot in between when it comes to the quality of where you stay. I would check out visitor reviews. If there are terrible ratings I would read the writeup to see if the reason is relevant to you.
Well that’s what you need to know. How to travel for quality vs expenses and if you can’t, for whatever reason to explore what’s nearby.
My point if you comfortably afford to travel and there’s the time to enjoy your journey On the other hand if money and time is of the essence there are ways to explore new worlds and some of them are right in your backyard. Two sites I recently discovered to help on your destinations are americaaattractions.com and onlyinyourstate.com. Both include state and city attractions.