Vago has much wisdom to impart here. Travel as liminal, neither here nor there, what connects here to there, the bridge, the overlapping space. A way to travel, and a way to live. A few lines I especially liked:
"I think that money stands between us and real life. Money stands between us and what some people call Allah, God, Nirvana, Enlightenment, the Eternal Now, and Christ Consciousness."
"The soul is the sum of the relationships between you and other people."
"Walking is healthy, free, enjoyable, eye opening, thought provoking, and profound.
I don't care where you are, if you want to do something that will have positive results on your mind, body, and spirit; then take a walk."
"First you should listen and then you should talk."
"I see one of the most horrible aspects of our homogenized world culture as the attachment to material things in order to try and fill an existential or spiritual void. We value possessions as if they are all we have. In fact, we don't really have them at all."
Liminal Travel is a guide to fulfilling your desires - with travel.Travel in itself is a freedom from the things that constrain us in life. At least it should be. Liminal Travel outlines some of the ways that those who do travel can get more out of it for less money.While not a budget travel guide, Liminal Travel is a guide to seeing travel in a different light. Chapters focus on earning money on the road, finding the right accommodation, rewarding things to do (for free), liminal spirituality, and alternative means of getting from here to there.