Hiking Korea

In this week’s NYT travel section, Elisabeth Eaves nicely captures what is so compelling about travel

It occurred to me that this sense of traveling through a half-understood world was something we had both sought many times over. Moving to a different culture meant the world suddenly became more mysterious. It could make you feel like a perpetual outsider. But it also made you feel as if you were always learning.

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