To Our Readers

There's a secret to having a great vacation. It's not how much you're able to spend, or how long you plan to be away. Don't worry about the accommodations or the food—the secret is not with them. I know, because over the years I've gone great distances on holiday, spent all my vacation money, eaten tasty cuisine, only to return home and feel that I need another vacation. Something was missing.

On the other hand (and here comes the secret), When I've used time off from work to learn something new, the experience has never failed to be exhilarating. Time devoted to exploring, to being open to everything around and what there is to learn from it, to listening, asking questions, meeting new people, trying new things, brings with it the spirit of adventure.

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