World Travel is not overrated, day 5

Hey y’all! what’s up?
So far we’re (we, being my co-writer Mehak and I) about 14 reasons strong on why world travel should be among the top 3 on your bucket list, and what I’m going to do now, is make 2 additions to that list of reasons.

This one pitches more in favour of a selfish sort of I-want-to-take-this-trip-alone, or with someone-who-gets-me-for-who-I-am sort of a thing because when you travel with labels or layers to your identity, you’re missing out on really being yourself. Which is just sad, because the trip is meant to be about you, the real you before all the new layers became an extension of your being. So get packing, and be yourself, because, as corny as it sounds, you know its true.

β€œTo move, to breathe, to fly, to float; to gain all while you give; to roam the roads of lands remote; to travel is to live.” ― Hans Christian Andersen

It’s not rocket science to figure out your travel plans and book accordingly. Its not even half as expensive as it’s made out to be, unless, you’re one of the few, who believe that, walking is an unnecessary evil, that must be done away with. In which case, you belong on a couch, and not anywhere close to a travel bucket list, because your belief system will fall apart. If your soul animal is a sloth, then well, good on you! (this biting sarcasm is only directed to the people who have the resources, ability to travel and still give flimsy excuses to not get on their feet, literally.) For a major part, travel is uncomplicated, if planned well, and planning becomes easy peasy with a little research. πŸ™‚ So you see, it’s really not that complicated, and if you think you don’t have that kind of time to research and plan your trip, then just plan it however and learn as you go! πŸ˜€

Well, start planning your next trip already!

I’m gonna push off now, OkayBye!

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