The ethics of travel can be a complicated equation

“To travel somewhere is almost always to support someone and to exploit someone — often the same person.”
–Donald Ross, quoted by Jason Wilson in Salon “Trip Lit”, Jan. 26, 2000

Posted by | Comments (1)  | October 25, 2010
Category: Travel Quote of the Day

One Response to “The ethics of travel can be a complicated equation”

  1. Zack Says:

    Man…very true comment! It’s hard to even know what to do with it exactly. I don’t think that stopping travel is the answer, but it’s definitely something to keep in the back of your mind at all times and avoid it at all costs.