If you happen to enjoy living in a travel-loving community, then you might be excited how curious and interesting people can be. Travellers are always willing and ready to accept something new: new experience, new trips, new emotions or new lifestyles. Many of my friends are avid travelers and the only thing that makes me wonder is that they seem to care little about the feelings, emotions, and situations that other people find themselves in. Actually, from my perspective, such an approach is completely opposite to my standpoint regarding the essence of travelling. One phrase that has stuck in my mind is that, `Anyone can travel, why not?` What do you think about such an opinion? How far do you agree? Can you personally travel whenever you want? How often have you heard this phrase in your own life? Probably, a friend of yours has made such a comment after any decisive or life-altering trip to any sacred place? As for me, this statement is prevalent merely in the community of keen travellers, who have no boundaries and stop when it comes to going somewhere. In my world, it`s not that easy and I really don`t agree that anyone can travel. Still, I have prepared two main facts why travelling may not be as easy as it seems.
- It`s hard to make travelling part and parcel of your life when you haven`t been used to it since childhood
- The greatest thing about travelling is that it will teach you how to empathize