Set things in motion and then sit back and see what happens. See what comes back to you.
I went to New Orleans and got sucked into a world of music, wonder and magic. The music of the streets collided with the stench of mouldy humidity and that vibrancy made magic happen. Voodoo, hoodoo call it what you want, but it was real.
All you had to do was roll down the street and wait for it to come to you. It was slow and sneaky and poked around corners, but if you are quiet and patient it will slide up along side you.
Lessons from travel, we are never really in control, we are all just along for the ride. Surrendering your allusions of control feels so good that it almost feels supernatural. However, letting go is the most natural thing in the world. That is why it feels so good when we allow the world to happens as it should. The unexpected becomes reality and it all just seems to make sense in the end.