It has nothing to do with beauty, but everything to do with a sunrise’s promise of a new adventure and the productive early start to your travel day. These free team building activities, exercises and ideas are for building teams and teamwork, corporate employee motivation, personal development, ice-breakers, energisers, and more serious learning and personal development.Many of these exercises can also be adapted for young people and children.

The correct answer is almost always, “Yes.” Respect those reasons and you’ll show the world to your future son as you saw it.

It’s a little scary how easy it can be to access a building’s roof. Don’t get sucked into group decision-making — see, go and do everything your heart desires. You can tell everyone else about it over beers at night.

The older you get, the more you’ll see chinks in your hero’s armor and the more you’ll realize that your life is life, not Hemingway’s or Kerouac’s or Earhart’s. You’ll regret not doing so as weeks become months and months turn into years and what was once so fresh and alive in your head becomes a vapor trail as memories fade, replaced by new ones.

Don’t believe there’s a “best” this or “can’t-miss” that.

Go find out for yourself and follow your wanderlust, even if it doesn’t take you where everyone else is going.

Soon enough your world will be inundated with niche guidebooks, travel bloggers, Instagram feeds, travel memoirs and modern travel lit.Instead of just hopping that flight to Bali with little more than a frisbee and a vague notion, try doing a little historical and travel research.Get a little sauced after a big day and definitely sample the local libations, but don’t make the whole trip about drinking. Romance is a byproduct of travel, not the reason to travel. Enjoy it while it lasts, for within the decade you’ll have two more human beings on your expense ledger. I know you think you need all 8 hours, but trust me on this: Burn the candle at both ends. There is a difference between good street food and regular street food. Budget more now, so you won’t feel the pinch later. I’m grateful for the experiences, but those fleeting, foreign relationships are best left as memories.Travel isn’t about saving money or scoring deals, so save a little more than you think you’ll need. Make the most of every trip because as much as you think you’ll return, you’ll be lured away by another destination on your ever-growing hit list.Getting older doesn’t mean abandoning this priceless icebreaker, time-killer and impromptu plate. Always look for the ulterior motive…and carry small bills.