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With Easter approaching a lot of us look forward to locking up their homes and head to the train station or the airport and, from there, out into the great wide world. But what are we looking for when we pack our bags and travel?
There are times for vacations, lying on the beach and sizzling in the sun, doing absolutely nothing, and there are times for travelling. But if you are the kind of traveller who plans out every minute of the trip in advance only to return with a set of experiences you – be honest – could have memorized from a guide book, then maybe you are doing it wrong.
Thor Arne Hauer has travelled the world for more than 30 years, returning again and again to his favourite destination, Morocco. He feels today’s travellers often are not open enough to the experiences travelling has to offer. Rather than planning your trip in advance you should toss your guidebook, slow down and take your time to experience the places you visit and get to know the people you meet.
Snakker ikke Norsk reporter Philipp Gerhardy met with Thor Arne Hauer over a cup of tea to talk travel philosophy. Listen to the interview here:
Thor Arne Hauer recently published his second book on Morocco, “Møter i Marrakech” (encounters in Marrakech), which is not a travel book, but tries to give a glimpse of everyday life in Marrakech. He also runs a website about travelling in Morocco at http://www.marrakech.no/.