The ideal tent is a work of art. The right tent is more than a safe space to stay for a night, as it can make or break your trip experience. Believe me, I’ve learned the hard way, mainly when I first started traveling, because I focused on stretching my investment as far as I could. But that meant that I was buying the cheapest made tent that was typically the hardest to setup. And yet, it lasted only a few trips, leaked, and ended up ruining one of my trips to Wyoming… But that’s another story for another time.
Backpacking the world and roaming from place to place is a special thing that only people who do it truly understand. There’s a freedom in being able to wander, where there are no time crunches and no external expectations, and (if you’re lucky enough) no end date. It’s not the easiest way to travel, but it certainly can be the cheapest. Sure, your back is burdened with the weight of your rucksack, and everything you own is strapped over your shoulders, but when you can go for months, living out of a pack, and see and experience the different cultures, the landscapes, the difference from where you originated, you’re giving yourself a unique opportunity to be reborn as a new you; one that has seen things that few others have and one that has experienced other cultures, ways of life, and new perspectives that you never knew existed. Because once you’ve expanded your mind to accept the new world view, a real understanding of what life is, can and will grip you, if you search long enough and with a true enough heart.
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