A resume is to communicate your value to someone hiring you. You need to focus on:
- What is it that the organization seeks in hiring you?
- How do you provide a specific (and brief) enough resume to communicate your value effectively
Non-Profits / NGO's / Government
Be aware that some organizations hire based upon your social attitudes. Typically these are not commercial companies. So, if you're headed in this direction, you need to ensure that you communicate the social value of what you learned while on travel and how it relates to the employer. For example, you traveled to India and learned how citizens interact with their government. This might position you well for an NGO that was interested in political movements.
What is the commercial value of your travel? "Worldliness" from travel experience does not necessarily translate into commercial success. However, meeting people, sharing experiences, finding innovate ways to eat / transport yourself / organize people may translate into sales, marketing, business development, or technical sales support in foreign nations. Did you learn a language? Develop a specific cultural sensitivity to an ethnicity or religion that could be valuable for a commercial entity.
Focus on the Value
Focus on the specific value that your travel offers. If it does not offer any, don't try to inflate it. You'd be better off soul searching as to what it offers than creating something feeble on your resume.