April 15, 2020
If you love travelling and seeing the world during your holiday breaks, then there's probably a million places on Earth you'd rather be than cooped up at home. 

Even though you might not physically be able to leave the house, there are a hundred and one ways you can use a little imagination (and the wonder of the internet, of course) to transport yourself to the sunset-lined coasts of the Greek Islands or the bustling streets of India.

Yes, Conde Nast Traveler, the U.S. travel magazine has put together a list of (literally) 101 ways you can travel using your mind and your laptop. There are tips on how to become a better photographer so you can capture the magic of your next travel destination, and wanderlust-themed novels to get lost in. There's even a list of destinations you can use to plan your next IRL getaway because, believe it or not, social isolation will end eventually.

See Conde Nast Traveler's list of 101 ways to travel without leaving the house here.

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