|Highway 3, New Mexico|
Here is my tiny round-up of travel resolutions for 2013. Salt plays a prominent role.
An even tinier round-up of travel resolutions for 2014 is here. Greg Kohl's list remains solid.
A common theme for 2015 travel resolutions is to unplug. As is local travel, a model I've long espoused.
I especially like two of Pauline Frommer's 2015 resolutions:
- Connect with some of her social media's "friends of friends" on her travels - what a keen idea to arrange a meet-up with someone who is a stranger to you, but with whom you share a friend!
- Use an outlet multiplier at public venues so nearby strangers can still get plugged in. Open source in a literal way - love it.
I also favored two of Wanderlust's resolutions for 2015:
- Remember to look up. The Wanderlust author refers to the heavens, and I agree. Looking up also applies to treetops, surrounding hills, ceilings, and rooftops.
- Call on local guides to get more local back-story. I have smiling memories of a local guide in Harar, Ethiopia, who took me to see the hyenas.
After dipping in and out of dozens of lists, what I've got above is the best of the lot.