What are some places you’ve traveled to? Were you a tourist or did you have a business or study purpose? Did you know anyone in the country you visited? What do you like least/most about business travel? What do you like least/most about tourist travel? Why?
Where do you like to travel to in your native country? What would you recommend as the important places to visit or things to see?
Describe personal travel experiences that were . . . . . enjoyable, educational, physically challenging, culturally challenging, inspiring, crazy, a disaster or romantic. (If you haven’t traveled much, tell stories about life in your hometown.)
What are some places you would like to travel to in the future? Do you like to travel with others or alone? What would be your “dream” vacation? Would you like to go on a planned tour or make your own arrangements each day?
What do you most enjoy when you travel - museums, natural beauty, the city, the countryside, meeting people, music or theater, experiencing a very different culture, a sense of history of a new place, using a language you’ve studied?
Do you like to sample new kinds of food from different countries? What are some of the most delicious things you’ve tried? What are some of the weirdest foods you’ve tried?
Have you experienced various ways of traveling? If so, which do you prefer? For example - travel by bike, bus, train, car, airplane, boat or on foot.
What places do you recommend to visit in the world? Why do you recommend them?
What kinds of things have helped you when you faced trouble when you were traveling? Here’s a small piece of a shipwreck story that took place in the Mediterranean Sea
‘When Paul was on the ship during a terrible storm, he gave comfort to his shipmates in this way:
“I urge you to keep up your courage, for there shall be no loss of life among you, but only of the ship. For this very night an angel of the God to whom I belong and whom I serve stood before me, saying,
“Do not be afraid, Paul; you must stand before Caesar; and behold, God has granted you all those who are sailing with you.”
“Therefore, keep up your courage men, for I believe God, that it will turn out exactly as I have been told. But we must run aground on a certain island.”’