The joy of Travelling on The Ghan

The joy of Travelling on The Ghan

At this stage of our lives, we’re beginning to rediscover the lost pleasure of travel for its own sake.

Tired of soulless airport lounges, weary of being crammed into a metallic tube with insufficient space to eat food barely worthy of the name and absolutely over roads ruled by insanity, it was time to look at other options.

And those options are all in our heads. We’ve been conditioned to travel for reasons – to get to work, to visit someone or some people, to go to the cinema, a concert. The list is all but endless. However, each journey involves being in a specific place at a specific time for a specific reason. Travel because you like travelling is different.

Whoever coined the aphorism that it’s better to travel hopefully than to arrive knew a thing or two ...


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