As a young man, Mark Twain partook in a cruise around Europe to the Holy Land. He turned his experiences and observations of his fellow travelers into the still-popular travel novel The Innocents Abroad. As Twain came to realize, “One must travel, to learn,” and I couldn’t agree more. Anyone traveling or living abroad should take a look at this book. I read it last summer in preparation for my time in London, and it has helped me see my experiences here in a different light. I’ve come to understand things not only about the world around me, but about myself too.
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