Normally, travelers don’t want chaos during their travel
Well behaving is the norm when visiting people’s home. Such behavior naturally expressed by all of us regardless of any religion, ethnicity and culture we are belongs to. This is truly because people’s home or country is not our comfort zone/territory and it is full of uncertainty. Anxiety in uncertainty gives positive impact here.
Travelers normally on ‘Self Searching’ mode
When someone is self searching mode, in another word they are on peace searching mode too. Self searching mode eventually trigger continuous learning process about anything. During travel, such learning get deepened and the true meaning of what they search revealed in front of their eyes. Not how they believe blindly what the media portray at homeland. So, they learn, they teach, they share and subsequently, they start to care other beings.
Become more adopt to any available options
Leaving the comfort zone is one of the biggest challenge any traveler faced. Especially solo traveler. Everything will be new. Options, situations, ways, people, language……. Survival in such situation easily push them to adopt anything available.
So, do you think all these positive behaviors and attitudes only get expressed mainly because they are out from their home/comfort zone? Maybe it is true for very small numbers of travelers but, it’s not true for all. Naturally, travelers are always take care the reputation of their country origin. Not to impress but to express their true identity, especially when they travel solo.
During my stay in Sunpath Hostel, Ulaanbaatar in 2015, I came to know Halima Barrie (below image). When I asked her where she is from she replied very differently, “I’m from this earth , wherever I go that is my home” OMG…….. what an embarrassing moment for my immature ice breaking question, with little smile, she continued “Why don’t you ask me how is my day instead, Suresh?…….. Why my geographical location is so important?, perhaps I’m belong to this mother earth where you belongs to my brother and interestingly I am a human being like you”………hahahahaa, I got burned really good this time.
World has no borders
Finally, I realized that what she meant was utterly true. The entire geographical regions of this earth truly belongs to the entire population of this earth as how the resources of this earth and peace belongs to all. Unfortunately nowadays, peace becoming more expensive and untouchable point for many.
Sincerely, meeting Halima completely changed my perceptions and the way I see this world. Since then I realized, traveling is not only to see the places and meet people, it should for peace promoting effort as well. It is every traveler’s responsibility too..
HI.....thank you so much for the time you have spent at travelcheese.com. I'm Suresh Mooper, a traveler/trekker/blogger. I'm very passionate on solo travelling, especially overland travelling.
So far I have traveled on the Transsiberian Train Journey covering from Guangzhou, China to St Petersberg, Russia. In 2016, I crossed on Silk Road from Xian, China to Istanbul, Turkey covering China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgystan and Turkey.
In 2017, I covered a rare route from Seremban, Malaysia to Seoul, Korea overland crossing, Thailand, Laos, China and South Korea.
Annapurna Base Camp trekking (April 2018) turned to be my memorable and inspiring trekking ever I made.
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