Irresistible, Inspiring Travel Video
At A Traveler’s Library, our principal mission is to provide you with suggestions of books and movies that will inspire you to travel. For the past year, my six contributors have been expanding on the methods of luring people into pack-the-suitcase, book-the-flight, get-on-the-road mode. They suggest that you might be inspired to travel by music, a museum, or a meal. You might see a TV program or a DVD or a website that features a beautiful place and feel you just had to go.
But will a commercial do it? Let’s see if you react to the following Peru travel video the same way I did–with excitement and emotion.
Are you booking your trip to Peru? Here are some ideas for travel planning.
In Walking the Amazon, Ed Stafford walks in Peru.
In Turn Right at Machu Picchu, we learn of the rediscovery of the famous Incan city as Mark Adams recreates the original trail of discovery to celebrate the centenary of the opening of Machu Picchu to the world.
If you would like to try some volunteer travel while exploring, check out Projects Abroad’s Peru project. Projects Abroad in Peru.
Note: This is a sponsored post, but it would not be here if I did not believe that you will get value and inspiration from the video above.
So what was your reaction to the video? I’m eager to know. And if it inspired you, please share or give it a stumble. I’ll bet your friends on Facebook or Twitter or Google+ will find it inspiring, too. Just click on those handy buttons below to share.
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