Are You A Traveler


Are You A Traveler

I’m making an​ assumption that at​ want point in​ your life you’ve been a​ tourist. You’ve carried a​ map,​ a​ camera,​ maybe even had a​ tour guide. You’ve traveled to​ different destinations,​ relaxed on​ remote beaches,​ climbed stairs in​ buildings you​ see on​ television. You’ve done all of​ these things but some how when you​ get arrive home,​ all your left with is​ a​ short memory,​ and a​ few photographs.

Vacations are nice every once in​ a​ while,​ but it​ doesn’t make sense to​ me why we will travel thousands of​ miles to​ sit in​ hotel rooms and watch movies,​ or​ lie on​ a​ pool deck and catch some rays. These are all things that we can do where we are from,​ I want you​ to​ think about being a​ traveler not a​ tourist. you​ want to​ soak in​ as​ much of​ the​ new country and culture that you​ can rather than bring as​ much of​ your culture to​ them. It’s really quite simple. in​ one step you​ need to​ forget about your way of​ live,​ and adopt theirs.

It’s simple things like the​ mindset that we have when we go abroad,​ and what we bring. Don’t bring all of​ the​ things that we depend on​ in​ America. Bring what it​ is​ that you​ are going to​ need to​ survive and stay healthy during your visit. the​ more comforts you​ have,​ the​ more you​ will depend on​ them,​ and the​ less you​ will step out to​ become the​ traveler you​ ought to​ be!

Put yourself out there. Locals are always interested to​ interact with foreigners,​ and it’s best to​ take advantage of​ this. Meet people that you​ can share life with while you​ are in​ their country. Immerse into their culture and be open to​ new idea’s. a​ lot of​ times we are closed to​ new idea’s and we miss out on​ opportunities for better things to​ come along. Be open,​ willing and accepting.

If you​ want to​ be changed,​ and to​ experience you​ need to​ leave the​ tourist at​ home. Bring out the​ inner traveler in​ you​ and see the​ world in​ the​ way that it​ was meant to​ be seen.

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