Why Do People Like To Travel?

As a person who likes to travel, I have not considered this question very deeply. Because I have always been very casual, I want to go where I want to go. When I want to go, I will leave. The inner problem is not the objective factor that can be controlled.

However, with so many years of travel experience, I feel that travel can get some benefits, such as:

1. The harvest of knowledge, no matter where it is, there are scenery, food, humanities, stories, these are not at home, but also can not be personally experienced in reading thousands of books, I have seen beautiful Starry sky, I have seen the sunrise of the snowy mountains, I have eaten super dark dishes, I have heard the experience of the expeditionary heroes killing the enemy, and I have met many inheritors of culture. Therefore, it is often said that reading thousands of books is not as good as traveling thousands of miles, but I don't think so. I think we should read thousands of books on the road of Wanli Road.

2, sensory gains, I have been riding thousands of miles, I walked on the plateau, I traveled in the marathon, did not have a different impact on the sense of travel, tired and happy, disappointed, lost beyond imagination There are amazing things, and more are fine to taste.

3, spiritual gain, do not know why, every time the end of the trip, I will rise to a spiritual realm, I will work harder, I will face life more positively, so, in the eyes of others, I am a Sunshine, self-confident, motivated.

Therefore, I personally believe that the significance of my travel lies in the desire for the unknown, the pursuit of stimulation, and the yearning for a better life. Let's share some photos of my travels to various places in recent years. Every time I have laughter, every time I have a good time.

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Jack Yan,

Weden Technology Consulting Co., Ltd.

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Nevada, Tonopah

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