New York Times 'Frugal Traveler' columnist Matt Gross writes about seeing the world on a budget and has a lot to say about how traveling changes the perspective of "home."
Columnist Matt Gross began traveling at an early age and moved around a lot internationally with his family, which fostered a deep appreciation for travel. One who says he hasn't stopped moving since he was a seven-year-old, Gross elaborates on the challenges of travel, like getting sick with language barriers, but promises that with each problem you face, you will adapt and be prepared to handle it better the next time around.
Currently based in Brooklyn, Gross also discusses communication methods to ensure he stays in touch with his wife and daughter when on long trips as well as traveling with a young child.
Appreciating Home Through Voyage
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