The most common question a traveller is asked is, ‘Why do you travel?’ It’s an easy answer to just give without actually thinking of what you’re going to answer, like I love it, it makes me feel alive and so on.. but do you actually know why?
Are you doing it to get away from something? Are you doing it because you don’t like the place you stay in, or are you just a person who likes to see new places? Maybe none of the above or maybe all. That’s something only you can figure out.
From the many reasons why one likes to wander, it’s really hard to mention just one. It’s like asking someone to just have one particular veggie in your sub and not the rest. While travelling, one loves the idea of being anonymous. No one knows who one is and the fact that one can be anyone they want to be thrills. Meeting new people is also fun.
You will get an understanding of the many different perspectives of life. Everyone has a different thinking and everyone has their own beliefs. Getting to know people is very difficult in the start, but you start talking it’s extremely exciting and for some reason people are always at the epitome of their best while travelling.
Everyone connects well with nature. With new people and new places comes new cultures. That’s another reason why many like to travel. There’s like a hundred if not more cultures in India alone.. While travelling, you come to an understanding of yourself, you know what limit you can push yourself to, know how much more until your body will break, realize that you alone need to make decisions in life.
Going on a trip is very important to help know your true self. There is always something new to learn wherever you have travelled to. From monuments made in those places, how and why the temples were made, things to be done and things to avoid, fashion followed in places, etc. The point here is people travel because they get an opportunity to be the best person they can be. Meeting new people all along the journey in which they connect with nature while challenging their self to learn from all cultures.
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