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11. Posted by Haza_H (Budding Member 25 posts) 8y

Sometimes it's not about how many countries you've traveled to, it's about who you met during your travel. Some people got lucky some had tough time adjusting theirselves.


I love to travel! Love learning other cultures, learning to speak their language and trying out their food!

12. Posted by magykal1 (Travel Guru 2026 posts) 8y

jeezy chreezy, haza, how did you find this old post to dig up?

An oldie but goodie, get that album filled!

:)

13. Posted by robsie (Full Member 126 posts) 8y

we travel to experience, i think we are creating ourselves when we travel, every moment & memory changes you for the future. The world is here to be explored! in my opinion travelling can only get rid of this restlessness when im not on a journey. when im old and shrivelled i want to look back and feel satisfied that i have seen it all!

or does it come down to time pass in the end? and that travellers have just found an excellent way to pass time?

14. Posted by Lily... (Budding Member 106 posts) 8y

Quoting tway

Ah - I get you! I think that's what the drawing meant, too - not so much the album itself, but rather having lived the experience. The whole website is pretty interesting, actually. It's called Indexed, if anyone wants to take a look.

Quite an interesting website! i thought some of the stuff there was pretty funny. thank you for posting the link. :) My siblings used to complain a lot when I hold the camera...because it always ends up with more pictures of the view than us.

Quoting robsie

we travel to experience, i think we are creating ourselves when we travel, every moment & memory changes you for the future. The world is here to be explored! in my opinion travelling can only get rid of this restlessness when im not on a journey. when im old and shrivelled i want to look back and feel satisfied that i have seen it all!

or does it come down to time pass in the end? and that travellers have just found an excellent way to pass time?

When you're old and shrivelled up it would give you lots of stories to tell your grandchildren...before they become teenagers anyway.

I think travelling is an experience that teaches and makes you appreciate not just the things you've seen and learned and the people you've met while you were away but also the things and the people you left back home.

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