To travel and explore the world is one of the most proactive ways to embrace community. Traveling forces you to feel uncomfortable, and endure a foreign lifestyle. Traveling forces you to engage in new experiences, and extract a mindful perspective. Most importantly, traveling forces you to meet unfamiliar faces and embrace conversation. Each of the aspects of traveling allows us to understand cultural differences, and essentially become more empathetic people. Ultimately, the benefits of traveling abroad encourage a sense of unity among others in an attempt to make this world a more wholesome place.
Minivans are infamous for being family-friendly, and it's not only due to the space or the amenities they offer, either. Because of their big size and the fact that they tend to haul kids to school, car manufacturers often work on making sure that they have as many safety amenities as possible built into them.
Like most of us, namely my Millennial peers, I'm a pretty nostalgic guy, I know more cartoon theme songs by heart than formulas and concepts that I need for my studies. On top of this, erhmm, personality trait, I have become some sort of modern day nomad, I was fortunate enough to live in several countries throughout my "short" twentysomething life. If you put these two concepts together you have a somewhat interesting mix, and the super power to tear up when I return to my hometown, or when I eat local pastries, or when I ... this list would have gone forever so I decided to keep it rather short.
It can be difficult to find the right camper to use on your next trip out into the wilderness. There are dozens of brands out there to consider based off of a number of factors. Luckily for you, thanks to Outdoorsy.com, these ten options should be among your favorite ones to consider as you plan your next RV trip.