Travelling China is not something that can be done in a couple of days. That’s why I love travelling every weekend to any kind of place that has either been recommended or just has a nice ring to its name. To be fairly honest, there is always something to see or do. May this be a game of footy, trying to break the world record of most temples seen in a day, a light show on the water or just very picturesque places. That is one of the main things that I love about travelling. It is the freedom of going anywhere you want, without any boundaries.
Furthermore, as explained in a previous post, it is meeting new people that really makes the difference. I, for one, has been travelling both by myself as with other people. Both travel styles equally welcoming in my opinion. Though, you create the best stories with other people. You just do that one little crazy thing that changes the entire day. And it are these days that travelling abroad make it all so worthwhile. Not only are you away from the main areas and the touristy places, you also get in touch with locals via Google Translate or just by smiling and taking random pictures with them.
The only thing you need are the guts to buy a plane / train / bus ticket to visit such places. And do yourself a favour if you have a wee bit of spare time, don’t plan everything. Just go with the flow, and if it really comes down to it, one might just want to flip a coin. Cause at the end of the day, it’ll be an experience never to forget. In my experience, I have visited the most stunning and surprising places by just staying away from the hubs and proper tourism. It is only in that moment where I can find complete freedom. And to be fairly honest, no one really knows where you are at that moment anyway, so you might as well just go for it and make it unforgettable!
Not where, but when
Ik ben begonnen aan je blog en krijg er niet genoeg van. Interessant wat je met anderen deelt. Tof om te lezen. Het gaat je goed, Frederik.