In a year when, for the first time in history, the number of people traveling long distances exceeds a billion, The Journey’s Magic searches for answers to several important questions: Why do we like to travel? How do our journeys change us? What impact does traveling have on our planet? Although, in essence, it’s a non-fiction narrative replete with references to scientific literature, The Journey’s Magic also abounds in interesting anecdotes from the author’s first decade of globe-trotting as a professional photographer and travel writer, and takes readers on a journey from tourism’s historical roots all the way to the responsible travel/tourism of the new age.
Number of pages: 208