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If you had a remote that could forward the time (let's say you could use it to forward the uncomfortable moments in your life with no memory of what happened during that "uncomfortable" process), would you ever use it?

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I would not do that. Or at least I would not use it to modify my own life.
Although of course, it is cool I would rather use it like Doctor Who uses its tardis and travel to different universes if that would be able to me. But I would not change my own experience and also I would not change my decisions cause they all lead me to the being that I am today.

If somebody narrated your life, who would you want to be the narrator? 📕 👍 😇

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And here is another bunch of questions and answers💫🔥
А вот очередной букетик из вопросов и ответов💫🔥
1. I can say that these were elven tales or mysterious records of kotsisajak, mentioning my deeds, but who wrote it? I am sure that the curators of the manuscripts
Могу так сказать, что это были эльфийские сказания или таинственные записи котсисаджака, упоминающие о моих деяниях, а кто ее писал? Уверена что хранители рукописей
2. Past close relationship experience
Опыт последних близких отношений
3. I'll answer with a quote from my favorite song:
This is what everyone is looking for all their lives,
Finds, loses, finds again.
This is what is in a white veil with an evil grin
Roaring along the trail. I'm talking about love. (Dolphin)
Отвечу цитатой из любимой песни:
Это то, что каждый всю жизнь ищет,
Находит, теряет, находит вновь.
Это то, что в белой фате со злобным оскалом
По следу рыщет. Я говорю тебе про любовь. (Дельфин)
4. Would travel along the beaches of Vladivostok
Попутешествовала бы по пляжам Владивостока

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If somebody narrated your life who would you want to be the narrator

If you have flown, what do you think of the general experience of flying? 🛩

TobbeAsks’s Profile PhotoTobbe
.... no... just no xD
I mean I like looking out the window! Clouds just look like huge fluffy cushions which is pretty! :3
But I am terrified of flying! Turbulence scares the living heck out of me... like really bad!
And they say flying is the safest form of travel... when you're thousands of feet up... in a metal box... floating... yeah no xD
If you have flown what do you think of the general experience of flying

Post something good.

shinchaaann’s Profile PhotoTaaniiyaaa.
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, long I stood
And looked down one as far as I could
To where it bent in the undergrowth;
Then took the other, as just as fair,
And having perhaps the better claim,
Because it was grassy and wanted wear;
Though as for that the passing there
Had worn them really about the same,
And both that morning equally lay
In leaves no step had trodden black.
Oh, I kept the first for another day!
Yet knowing how way leads on to way,
I doubted if I should ever come back.
I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference

If you could go anywhere in the world right now , where would you go?? Why??

I'd like to travel to Europe & Asia before I die. A European tour maybe. I have an Internet friend in the UK I'd love to meet. Then finish by visiting an old friend from high school in Nagasaki, Japan. As well as a dear and beloved friend in Singapore. I'd have no regrets if I could just do that

Do you think life would be better if religion never existed and never will?

🌷 Personally.... no, I reckon my life would be in chaos if I didn't have my faith. Some people may choose to deny the existence of the unseen / unknown and see religion as something insignificant to one's life.
But you see, to me my religion is a way of life. It's laws and teachings serves as a guidance for me. Some people may say we have no "freedom" because we have to follow God's law. Well, I believe that as my creator.... God knows me better than anyone else, therefore God's law is there for my own benefit to help me through my journey in life.
Following a religion is like following the traffic laws on the road. Imagine if in the name of "FREEDOM", everyone would just freely drive wherever and whenever they want to. Ignoring the road signs, traffic lights and all the rules. Would they be able to reach their destination? People would be stuck on the road because of accidents, road rage, death, etc. It will be a total chaos.
Just like in life, we need to know our boundaries, what is safe and unsafe, and most importantly respect the rights of other people. We can't just do whatever we want and not consider the people around us. You can't just drive on the opposite side of the road and expect the cars to give way to you. You'll definitely crash with another sooner or later for crossing the lane and boundaries. By obeying the law and traffic rules, it actually gives us freedom to travel the road safely and reach our destination.
So yeah, I believe my religion has been teaching and guiding me how to survive this journey called life.
0515*2022*11*05

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You used to be something like a beautiful daisy . But now you're like a rose with your thorns, how you hurt me . Do i ever cross you mind anymore?

I think it's now your time to travel inside her mind. I believe there's must be a reason why suddenly daisy turned to rose. Both of you are pretty with your own petals, so now, don't ruin it instead fix it. It's not about I ignore that you is in pain, but that's must be nice if you both heal each other's pain.
:)

What will you choose? Career ya shadi?

Recently my grandmother told me if I was looking to get married I should tell her apparently she has someone she thinks I would like. She said meri nazar main koi hy, and I told her mujay iss waqt nazar main koi nhi chahea, kam karny dain.
I told my mother the same, I also told her jab karni hoge kr lu ga. I also told a few other close people the same.
Being honest I wanted to get married before 20, then 21 and now I'm 24 and life does get lonely at time point, and you do need someone in your life who you can rely on completely, someone you can go to and tell them how fked up our day was, or maybe share some good news with them but I have worked my assoff for my career in past idk 7-8 years that it's difficult to stop now before establishing myself. I also didn't enjoy my teenage or even after that to this day and maybe that's another reason I am hesitant to get married now because I feel like I need my freedom and I want to travel and I want to meet new people, get to know them and when I'm completely sure about someone that I can spend my whole life with them, and that they are perfect for me, they inspire me then I think I would consider getting married. There's still more reasons but rn career is my priority.

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With summer (or winter) not too far away now, do you have any plans for the upcoming months? ☀️🏖

TobbeAsks’s Profile PhotoTobbe
Yes! I have some plans left!
This month and next month my boyfriend and I will attend concerts. I’ll go to the sauna with a friend of mine. In the summer my boyfriend and I will travel to Carcassonne (south of France) where we will stay a couple of days. Then we will travel to Paris where we will stay a week! ❤️
After that, if everything will go according to plan, a Swedish friend will come to the Netherlands to turn this country upside down 🎉
We also have a Coldplay concert left and my boyfriend and I will take care of the house in the summer.
Oh and I’m planning on finishing my studies!
With summer or winter not too far away now do you have any plans for the

What things do you consider to be exaggeratedly expensive and should cost less/be accessible to everyone?

The cost of living is too expensive. That includes housing, food, transportation, energy, insurance, healthcare, education, travel and recreation.
Living is too expensive. The rich get richer while the middle class and poor which comprise 99% of the world's population get poorer and lose hope.

If you could, would you travel the world?

JoeeeMason’s Profile PhotoJoe Edward Mason
I would travel to certain places, I wouldn't want to visit any of the countries where women's rights don't exist nor would I be interested in going to certain places in Africa or Australia, my agoraphobia couldn't cope with the size of their spiders 😫 but I'd be down to explore more of Europe and I would love to go to Canada and Japan!

Where are you going on holiday this summer? I'm going to travel to lots of countries and exotic places. The pandemic kept me in the same country for 2 years to the point of depression.

Sounds a tad mellow dramatic xD
But I'm not. I can't get time off from work for a holiday. I have next week off for a break with my boyfriend though :3
But it's fine :)
Where are you going on holiday this summer Im going to travel to lots of

In everyday how much you use your phone📱😀 I never get tired of using it😅In your opinion, it can create problems?

outsidenowthiswar21’s Profile PhotoXhqjd
Depends entirely what you’re using it for. Some people use it for work (like me), travel a lot and depend heavily on their phone for communication. Some use it for navigation and orientation in new places. Some use it to gain information and knowledge on various subjects. Some use apps which are crucial for solving problems or getting a job done. Some just plays games, watch videos or listen to music.
It’s up to you and what you need to do.

How ambitious are you?

I am leaving no stone unturned to reach the highest positions. Grew up in an inner city, motivated myself to get a degree and get a good job, and now that I have a decent job my parents constantly tell me to quit while I'm ahead and settle into my position for life. They think I'm a moron for striving for bigger things. My friends from the same city that became extremely successful also have only themselves to thank. None of us had abusive parents but we also weren't pushed to greatness as children. We just wanted better for ourselves and didn't want to end up living in the same shitty city as adults because we didn't work hard enough. In my experience the people who have the biggest dreams and most success have innate ambition. There is no "settling" for a job that pays a certain amount of money or a house in a nice neighborhood. There's no end point, only a desire to achieve bigger and greater things. I don't know if this is due to personality or brain chemistry, but you can see one person come out of a family living in squalor to become very successful while the rest of the family is content to keep living the same way they always have. I agree with this. My father is one of those hard dedicated workers. I have been working for the same company for close to 4 years now and have only taken 6 days of sick time. I do this because i strongly believe in attendance when working as he has done so his entire life. My mother on the other hand won't stay at a job for more than a year and mostly works 4 days a week and uses sick time nearly all the time.
Some of it was just monetary. When I was single I didn't care about money as long as I had enough to pay for rent, food, and video games. But now I'm 32 and we just bought a house, we are saving for college for our daughter, and we hope to travel internationally. All those things are easier with a better-paying job. As far as doing big things in the world, I've never really thought that way. My goal is to leave the world a little bit better than I found it and to raise my kid(s) to do the same. EDIT: Spelling
When I first read that, I was ready to call bullshit. No fellow human could look at these photos and not be moved. But then I realized... I didn't really care, the first time I saw the pictures in a book, or a movie. I doubt I felt any awe at all. Ten or fifteen years later, just thinking about it makes me tear up more than a little. The difference is that I've gained (I'd like to think) some perspective, both on our place in the cosmos, and realized the immense expansion and fulfillment of human capabilities that space exploration inherently is.
Ambition probably comes from life setup and morals taught early on. Rich kids don't have as much of a drive to succeed as poor kids like myself, because daddy will always be there to bail them out. You will find that a lot of the large names of today were poor early in life. Oprah Winfrey and J.K. Rowling are two commonly known ones.

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If you woke up tomorrow and were able to speak and understand every language on Earth fluently, how would you use this new skill, and how would your life change?

KeepYourEyesPeeled’s Profile PhotoKeepYourEyesPeeled
I would probably choose to travel so I can test out my new skills, experience different countries and cultures properly, speak to people from all different walks of life and get to know them on a level I couldn't without that skill 🙂

Do you like museums? If yes do you have a favourite? What is it?

LouiseDooley’s Profile PhotoOrion The Huntress
I've been going to the Science Museum in London ever since I was about 6 years old, and it was part of the reason why I chose to relocate to London to go to university - both my decision to study science (Physics) and because of the access to that museum and others. I still go in there regularly, most times that I travel into Central London.
I also love the Natural History Museum, the Victoria & Albert, the British museum, and all the galleries - Tate (Britain & Modern), National & Portrait galleries, Saatchi, Wallace collection and others. There are so many great museums in London.

Where would u like to travel to ?

craigbrien666’s Profile PhotoCraig
ive got my mind set to getting back to New zealand either this year or the coming years... but if its travel as in bucketlist travelling, i dream to goto: malmo, geneva, seoul, taipei, hongkong-times square+lankwaifong+causeway bay, vancouver, borabora, Bulgaria, Jordan, aaand Kazakhstan.❤️

If you were given the opportunity to fly anywhere in the world at no cost to you, where would you go?

HaylieCooler’s Profile PhotoHaylie
I have always wanted to visit the Scandinavian countries and Japan. I am too busy to consider it now but in the future, I will definitely travel to those places and experience the cultural and scenic riches which they have to offer. ❤️
If you were given the opportunity to fly anywhere in the world at no cost to you

⏳ If you could time travel would you go ahead to the future or back in history?

So technically you can only accelerate forward in time. There is a theoretical possiblity of going backwards, but that wouldn't be the same reality you started in. Time in our reality only moves forward. Theoretically there is a parallel of our universe where it can flow backwards. You would need to leave the universe entirely, enter it's mirror version, and come out hopefully in your own universe... But in a past time period. Seems like a lot of work to just get burned at the stake for doing math or swimming. Go forward

تشوفون الاكتئاب بعد كورونا زاد؟ واللي عاش هالتجربة قدر يعديها؟ الله يحفظكم جميعا

QJLJJJ’s Profile PhotoSarah Alsaqer Alzayed
Yes, but I believe it's normal given that we suddenly had a dangerous virus spreading throughout the world, as well as government restrictions and lockdowns, so people felt oppressed and stressed, unable to travel anyplace and feeling controlled. But الحمدلله we are getting back to normal I don’t believe in masks anymore

Is commuting by bike a legit option for you personally? How easy / hard is it to get around by bike where you live? 🚴‍♂️

TobbeAsks’s Profile PhotoTobbe
Nope.. bar the fact I refuse to ever get on one due to an accident I had... it wouldn't be safe to use one to get to work as I have to travel in a 70mph zone lol
Is commuting by bike a legit option for you personally How easy  hard is it to
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Is Cayden with you in toronto or laura in New Zealand????

He’s with me in Toronto. Laura’s working so we figured it’d be best for him to be with me while she’s filming. That big of a time change is hard on a toddler and she’s super busy too. He’ll be on tour with me in South America in May and then we’ll go to New Zealand for a few weeks with Laura and then come back and go on her tour. In August my tour starts, so as of now, Cayden will be with her for the last little bit of her tour and then come home with her while I’m still on tour so he doesn’t have to be touring until September. But we’re trying to figure out if they can come out for Europe! I’d love that. Plus it’s around Cayden’s birthday so it would be fun to have him out in Europe for a week or two. But yeah, we have quite the summer coming up hahaha! Having a toddler in the mix of things is hard but it gives him the chance to travel and explore things too which is all we’ve always wanted for him. He’ll be a seasoned pro traveler by time he’s 5.

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Is commuting by bike a legit option for you personally? How easy / hard is it to get around by bike where you live? 🚴‍♂️

TobbeAsks’s Profile PhotoTobbe
During last years many special roads for bicycles were built here so it would not be problem - but if you work in firm where men must wear suits and women be elegant ladies, it is not possible to travel by bike to office 😅

Is commuting by bike a legit option for you personally? How easy / hard is it to get around by bike where you live? 🚴‍♂️

TobbeAsks’s Profile PhotoTobbe
Well, now the infrastructure is becoming more and more adapted for cyclists. I can't say that it's perfect - for example, a bike lane can be along one street and just break off at the beginning and end. But it is quite realistic to ride in the center and not kilI anyone, there are also parking lots for bicycles at almost every cafe.
There are also disadvantages - employees of "decent" organizations are still conservatively expected to travel by car, so there are often no bike parks near places like research institutes, hospitals or university. In multi-storey buildings, it is also difficult to store a bicycle, there are no special rooms there, as in the UK. Bicycles are also often stоlen, and the pоlice do not deal with this. But I rode a bike when things were even wоrse, and I will ride in the future)

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drop the best poem you have ever read (i want to read it 😍)

The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost (1874-1963)
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, long I stood
And looked down one as far as I could
To where it bent in the undergrowth;
Then took the other, as just as fair,
And having perhaps the better claim,
Because it was grassy and wanted wear;
Though as for that the passing there
Had worn them really about the same,
And both that morning equally lay
In leaves no step had trodden black.
Oh, I kept the first for another day!
Yet knowing how way leads on to way,
I doubted if I should ever come back.
I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.
drop the best poem you have ever read i want to read it

What is an adult problem you were not prepared for? 🌚

SAAD.
in addition to the cost of dentist services (I think no one is ready for this), I was not ready for emotional feelings - we simply do not talk about this to children. As it turned out, not only me, many of my friends noticed it too.
if children's emotions pass quickly, then in adulthood they can stay long enough and deeply. For example, a couple of years ago I began to earn more or less decently and bought literally everything I wanted - things, hobbies, travel, goodies - almost always I could not physically eat so much, but most of the time I was happy. Just because now I can buy it. Last year I didn't want anything at all, I didn't buy myself a single thing, the roomie made me eat once a week. Children don't know how to tоrture themselves like that. And you can't just go to sleep like before and be happy tomorrow, you have to make an effort. Now I am experiencing a feeling of hope for the second month. No reason, just a general feeling.

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Do you ever have trouble sleeping at other places than home? Are there other factors that affect your ability to sleep? 🚫😴

TobbeAsks’s Profile PhotoTobbe
I always have trouble sleeping when I travel.
The primary reasons are:
#1. Mattress is of poor quality
#2. Extraneous noise
#3. Mold, smoke and lack of cleanliness that affect my allergies and ability to breathe properly
#4. Motel and Hotel bedrooms are typically too small, poorly ventilated and sometimes I feel like I am trapped inside a closet or phone booth.

What's your favourite time where something didn't go as planned but it turned out to be for the best?

DovahMonah’s Profile PhotoDovahMonah
Once when I was practice driving with my dad as I was heading to go to swim practice in another city, I missed the slip road that would've taken us to the southern parts of that city, where the pool was. So with us being forced to take the slip road that forced us to travel through the whole city, I was certain I was gonna be super late. Unbeknownst to us though, the southern road into the city had just closed, right as we were on the highway. So I was one of the first people to arrive, with the rest being stuck in trafic 😆
Whats your favourite time where something didnt go as planned but it turned out

What do you wish you did more of? 😄

screams6’s Profile PhotoAndreea ♡
I wish I could travel more often. There’s nothing quite like exploring new places and experiencing new things i believe.
Unfortunately, there're sometimes other things that seem to take precedence at the moment, so I don’t get to travel as much as I would like. But someday, when my schedule frees up a bit more and I'm more financially independent, I’ll definitely be hitting the road more often!!
What do you wish you did more of

People who don’t like to travel, why is that?

There's some cool architecture and landscapes to see, but looking at cool old things isn't really very exciting to me, and I'm from the USA where we have every type of climate and geography, so there's not much gained by flying 9 hours to see a different mountain. I have to travel extensively for work, and before I had money I used to dream of being able to travel one day, but when I actually started doing it, I felt extremely underwhelmed. It's not that I don't like it, I'm just a little spoiled. I live near a major city, and my state is one of the biggest, so I have world-class museums, restaurants, and other attractions about 40 minutes away. I also like living/sleeping at home the best. Makes it hard to justify taking a trip to most places in the US, and places outside the US can be expensive and/or swarming with covid.
Sounds like you need a travel agent! Good travel agents today can do all the planning for you (flights, hotels, transfers, event tickets, etc.), and don't charge any fees since they get paid by the suppliers (i.e. the resorts or whatever that you book with). Most are hom online only so you don't need to go to them in person. Honestly there's really no reason not to book with travel agent these days, especially with all the insanity of Covid protocols, testing, etc. And they often have access to better deals (or extra perks) than you can find online, or can at least get the same pricing. Feel free to pm me for a recommendation (but full disclosure, it's my wife lol).
I personally LOVE to travel! But since having a family, I noticed that it’s way more work for me to take my family (with all their food allergies) away from home, where I know I can keep them safe and fed. The cost-benefit analysis has to come out in favor of seeing something special to take the risks.
I used to LOVE traveling but when I hit my early 40's I started getting super sick to my stomach every time I would travel. Add to that the fact that plane travel is horrible now it really discourages me. I still do it, though, just not often because I have to work myself up to it. I can only get by if I barely eat while traveling.
My SO is someone who just never felt the need to. It's not that he actively dislikes to travel, it's just that he doesn't have that strong I MUST HAVE SEEN X OR Y BEFORE I DIE feeling a lot of people have. I do like to travel, and he enjoys himself when he comes along, but he would've been just as happy had he not had those experiences, whereas I would've definitely felt I was missing out on something. People like to shit on people with no desire to travel (I used to) but honestly, if you'd ask me who is generally more happy or satisfied with life, him or me, it's him.
I get anxious when trying to navigate an unfamiliar place, and I don't like asking for help. That doesn't stop me from looking at maps obsessively and fantasizing about what life is like in other places, though.

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Do you prefer travelling alone or with someone else?

I prefer to travel alone. I'd like to do Europe alone again, but I have no idea how to tell my SO that without hurting his feelings. Not that I don't love traveling with him, I just find taking a trip on my own is infinitely more relaxing than going with another person.
With someone else. I might have to compromise on things I want to see, depending on the person, but I love sharing great experiences with people I'm close to. I love to be able to say, hey, remember that time we did that thing? Wasn't it awesome? and laughing about it together. Doing things alone can be formative, but I personally find solo travel to be less fulfilling.
For me it depends on the person and the experience I'm looking for. I also love to travel alone, in fact I usually prefer it. There's something so wonderful about not having to deal with another persons agenda. I also clothes shop alone for this reason. Lately, though, with my current SO I've enjoyed tremendously seeing the same thing through his eyes. We don't get irritable or annoyed with each other like I have with just about every other traveling companion, romantic or otherwise. I wish I could insert him into all those trips I took alone now, which is a crazy thought to have when those solo trips made me me.
Definitely alone! Best part of travelling is the freedom and the adventure and the being entirely immersed in a different life. And you meet the most incredible people when you travel alone because the travel culture is so open and you let yourselves be vulnerable. Travelling with my bf is nice but doesn't compare to travelling alone.
Definitely alone. It's less pressure on your shoulders and you can pretty much do and see whatever you want. I also prefer it since I usually go traveling in order to clear my mind and have a bit of alone time. It's really freeing to be in a completely strange city/country where you don't know anyone and nobody knows you. Traveling with other people can be fun too though, but only as long as you get along really well and have similar interests/habits. It really depends. Camping is more fun with people, urban exploring can be more fun alone.
I prefer to travel with someone else while still having days to explore on my own.
"Alone." I say that in quotation marks because you always end up meeting people while you're travelling anyways, but I would rather embark on the journey itself alone.
Definitely alone! Best part of travelling is the freedom and the adventure and the being entirely immersed in a different life. And you meet the most incredible people when you travel alone because the travel culture is so open and you let yourselves be vulnerable. Travelling with my bf is nice but doesn't compare to travelling alone.
Alone. The last time I traveled with a group, two out of four people that went don't speak anymore. I want to plan out my own itinerary.
Alone. My husband is the only person I can stand to travel with!

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Why do you like to travel?

For me, it's about fulfilling a sense of wonder about a specific place. Unlike some travelers, I don't go to a place because it "sounds nice". I only visit places that intrigue me for one reason or another. I may have watched a documentary or a movie or read a book and suddenly I'm hooked. For instance, I loved British comedy when I was a kid. I had to go see England. So I did. It was everything I expected and more because I was interested in the small details of the place. The brick architecture. The hedgerows. The musty air of an old pub. The gray slate skies over the Channel. All that stuff. I've been to London twice. Still haven't seen Big Ben or Parliament. Why? I just don't care about them. I've read a lot about Roman history and the great Slavic migrations, so I visit those places. I probably won't visit Sweden because it just doesn't hold any allure to me. I'm sure it's nice and I even have a very good Swedish friend. But I'd rather go to Turkey. Or New Zealand. Or Argentina. Those places intrigue me. That's why I tell new travelers on this forum to think hard about what place holds that magical appeal in their minds. GO THERE. Once you do, every moment becomes special. You aren't just plodding from one tourist site to the next. You are instead immersed in a dream come to life. That's why I travel. Being completely immersed in a culture you have no experience with and people who speak a language you dont know is incredibly fun.
What I mean by perspective: these are the tourists who want to see something that they've heard about or read about all of their lives, and they want to see it for their own eyes rather than on a page or a screen. Times Square, the Mona Lisa, the Pyramids of Egypt, etc are typically the things that these people want to see. Examples: people who sign up for tour groups and spend 10 days on a bus going from tourist trap to tourist trap. Very few people fit perfectly into those three categories, but you can define a lot of travelers by how they fit across those categories. I'd say I personally am about 15% adventure, 15% hedonism and 70% perspective. I travel on my own, without a minimal set itinerary or guide, but the places where I travel tend to be fairly sedate and within an easy walk of toilet facilities. While travelling I indulge a little, but not much more than I would at home - it's about indulging in different things. And I'm 70% perspective: I want to be able to see thing with my own eyes so that I know what it really looks like, without the perspective filter that books, movies and video games put on places.

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Why do you enjoy travelling?

But in all seriousness, in our modern society, especially in a city, there is very little outlet for that primal urge in most people for adventure, danger, pitting yourself against nature etc. Travelling gives you that sense of adrenaline the first time you see Kilimanjaro appear in the distance or that time that pretty Colombian woman smiles at you from across the bar in Cali. At least those are my reasons to travel. There is nothing quite like the rush you get from finally summiting a big peak, or dropping into the spectacular depths of a coral reef. Traveling takes away everything you are comfortable with, and lets you expand into your surroundings. I've travel all over the US and parts of Canada and when I first ventured out of the US to Western Europe I was hit by so many simple differences. All over the US our electrical plugs are the same, our toilets flush the same way, you use the same money, etc. In Europe, I would travel to a country that was an hour away and need different money (prior to the Euro), the plug might be different (UK to France), etc. I came back from first trip with a new perspective....just because you did it differently doesn't mean its wrong...its just different. I love that feeling and I love finding it again when I travel along with the wonder sights, sounds and tastes. For me, it's a fascination of how people of other cultures live their lives, what they talk about, what they see on a daily basis. I also love seeing history up close and personal. For example being in the Colosseum in Rome, a couple of thousand year old building, still standing. That, to me, is breathtaking.
I've been traveling domestically since I was 6 weeks and internationally from 9 months. It's honestly how I grew up. Even if we always went to the same places to see family. It's what I know. Plus I love discovering things about history/Archeology.
I enjoy traveling for the ultimate sense of freedom. I have less things with me so I need to worry about less things too. The constant new things that happen and unfold around you make you feel like a child... everything is new and interesting. And by constantly meeting new people and making new friends you are always the person you are right at that moment.. It makes one grow so much! By seeing the same people over and over again (colleagues, friends,...) you don't grow as much... you have unconsciously created a role with those people that you keep following. I also love how travel makes you read between the lines.
When I travel it's always in conjunction with going on holiday, so my primary reason to travel is to relax, get a change of scenery, break my usual routine; I also enjoy seeing, doing, eating and drinking things that I can't see/do/eat/drink at home.

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Do you like travelling?

I am a tireless traveler. Travel makes me feel good, gives me energy, and makes me happy.
I was just in ayyuthaya (ancient city near Bangkok) I only had a rough idea of how to get around and I rented a bicycle instead of a motorbike cus I was a cheapskate. It ended up being 100x harder to get around and 100x more confusing. But the fun was that I just went where I felt was right. At each of the ruins, I had lovely conversations with other travelers about their trips and the locals are always helpful when I was absolutely lost.
Travelling may bring people joy through many ways. You may like to see beautiful cities and their landmarks, or simply their architecture and general atmosphere. You may want to see how different nature is around the globe and how surprising it may be to see the great outdoors. You may want to engage in different activities, from paragliding to dance classes, from rafting to riding camels in the desert, from balloon trips to hiking on mountains... you may want to experience different cultures and foods, you may want to know the history of the world in museums, or you may just want spend a few days relaxing in a beach or in a secluded lodge... you may want to know people from other places or you may want to go to big parties in a place where nobody knows you. These are some of the reasons why people travel, and only a few of them are applicable to me, for instance. Maybe some of these will appeal to you, or maybe none at all. It's for those moments that you just can't experience by staying home. I just got back from a trip where I could watch the sun come up while overlooking cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde and nobody else was around. There was a buffalo munching on grass right outside my cabin one evening. I've had too many extraordinary experiences to count over the years and that's what keeps me getting out there to places I've never been to.
My main hobby was photography. I then got into travel, and found that they were very complementary hobbies. The thrill of enjoying and taking in some place new is a cool buzz, especially when you have a camera in your hand and want to capture the moment to help relive it later on.
It's really hard to explain to be honest, it's just a feeling of exhilaration and excitement I get when I get to see new places and exploring an unknown (to me) area. It's a kind of passion which I don't really experience when doing anything else. The world we live in is so beautiful and there's so many amazing things to see, and I just enjoy seeing them :) whether it be interesting sights, cities, nature, or just people. At the end of the day we only have so much time on this Earth, I figure I may as well try and see as many interesting places as possible!

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JaimesMeatspinLaHaine’s Profile PhotoLe Chat Noir
Yesterday I needed some travel books for an upcoming holiday so I used the online library catalogue to discover that the books I wanted were in three different local libraries. Then I plotted a cycle route which visits all three and returns home avoiding all of the busy roads and maximising use of cycle paths, parks, country tracks etc, with a stop for a picnic lunch by a village pond. It was 14 miles in total and I came back with six books.

4.+💋🍃🍇..How do you like to travel by plane or by Car?? ..💜LoV3💙.. Cómo te Gusta viajar en Avión o en Automóvil??..🍇🍃

ysk88burbujita88’s Profile Photoπ^÷Copo de Nieve÷^π
all depends how far the destination is that is traveling like if it’s a far destination from where I live I travel by plane but if it’s not far I travel by car

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