The Travel Psychologist
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Michael Brein, aka ‘The Travel Psychologist,’ was commissioned to write the article “Inner Horizons: For a more fulfilling luxury travel experience look inwards as well as outwards (Pages 102-104),” for the official magazine of the world-famous, luxury hotel chain, Raffles.
To peruse the magazine and read the article, go to the link below. Then, in the space indicating the pages, enter 102 and click on the “go to” tab. (Note: you need to have Adobe Flash to view. Will work on PCs, desktop Macs but not iPhones or iPads.)
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The Road to Strange: Travel Tales of the Paranormal and Beyond is part of Michael Brein’s travel tales series and contains among the best stories from Michael’s huge collection of travel stories that he has gathered in interviews over the last four decades.
“I’ve interviewed nearly 1,800 world travelers and adventurers in my own travels to more than 125 countries throughout the world. I am weaving their 5,000 or so fantastic travel tales into a psychology of travel as revealed by these very telling stories.”
“These are travelers I’ve met on planes, trains, buses, ships, tours, safaris, and in campgrounds, cafes, and pubs. These travelers have freely shared their most personal travel tales with me, which I, in turn, get to share with you now through my Travel Tales Series, in general, and The Road to Strange, in particular.
I’m the “Travel Psychologist.” I originally coined the term “Travel Psychology” during my doctoral studies at the University of Hawaii, and then became the world’s first travel psychologist.