It’s always the why, and with that the vacant stare whilst you summon your thoughts as to why you want to set foot in a plane, boat or train and leave the UK for the exotic outside world. Should you explain to the questioner? no. To yourself, probably, yes.
There isn’t necessarily a correct idea, reason or method to travel somewhere, but what draws me, perhaps you also is the longing to understand how to live my life. Thats right. Not there’s or yours, my life, from filtering in whats outside of the norm, the beautiful outside world.
So if i was bestowed the question aforementioned, these words could very well be mentioned,
- Make local contacts
- Try aspects of local lifestyles
- Understand and absorb the differences in common human situations like romance, conflict and health
- Explore where different types of people hang out
- Here what dreams the people there think about
- See and join in any national sports with local youth
- Find location unique games or sports to participate in
- Seek out conservation projects and the people who run them
- and lastly, places of extravagance, as wealth ultimately combines art, history, futurism and innovation.
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Here is one way of looking at a motivational response to why travel…
” Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one’s lifetime.”
– Innocents Abroad, Mark Twain
So there it is,
What are your magnets of travel?