You see things differently, your mind thinks globally in several perspectives, you enjoy the moment and try to take in every piece of information and visual as much as possible (at least that’s what I try), you connect with yourself in a deeper way both spiritually and psychologically (especially when you travel solo), and a … Continue reading When you travel
Think of the city in which you grew up… you’ve probably left your hometown and visited a few times, every now and then. Have you realized how little it’s changed since you left? People at your hometown are almost the same, doing the usual stuff — working, hobbies, outings, getting married and raising children. But you, you … Continue reading You changed
We’re constantly making adjustments in our life, and our body goes through changes, transition periods, in which it’s bended — call it stressed, so it can develop new habits. When you travel from one continent or time zone to a very different one, your body clock needs to adjust. It might take several days, if not weeks, … Continue reading Adjustments
Like a local
There’s nothing better than having local friends showing you around while traveling — not even having a tour guide would be as good and fun as having your friend doing so. You’ll experience genuine conversations and walks. Nothing is forced since you’re not paying your friend in a monetary way. It’s all out of genuineness, not a … Continue reading Like a local
How many more times?
Writing this while on an airplane with lots of turbulences. Earlier this year I went to Japan and on my flight back home I had a terrible experience with turbulences and the airplane dropping a few feet which felt more like thousands of them. I thought that was it. Now we are having these turbulences … Continue reading How many more times?
Life should be more of this and less of the routinary and boring stuff. We should spend more time traveling, exploring, and decoding life, ideas, and thoughts. How can we get there? When can we get there? Why are we not there? It's a matter of time and effort.
Conversations on the Road
Some of the best, most sincere and honest conversations happen during road trips in that space where every passenger is violating each other not-so-private-space, per se.
Things That Matter: Traveling
I love traveling. It's become an essential part of my life and has taught me more than I could've ever imagined; from cultures, languages, currencies and negotiation to living as simple as possible, doing more with less, valuing every meal, conversation and person I meet, being a more well-rounded and open-minded person, and understanding people better.