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Dayyyyum. Luckily my friends and family are nothing but supportive but the rest rings quite true. That was inspiring!
This is so true. I felt, heard and read all about these nay-sayers when I wanted to go to Nepal for the first time.
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interesting read. My family and I traveled A LOT when I was growing up and it never appealed to me. I just wanted to stay home and play video games like normal kids. As an adult, I’m a homebody and I get homesick if I’m away from home for more than 4 days. However, I do see the benefit in expanding your horizons and experiencing new things on this same earth that we share with billions of other human beings
I agree with some of the other commentors here too. I’ve always been encouraged to travel. But then again, my family were immigrants to begin with. I do completely agree with all the points that have been brought up though. It is very important to travel and witness new sights, smells, cultures, foods, and gain experiences that wouldn’t have been had otherwise.