How does it feel to travel?

June 18, 2008 10:16pm CST
I almost travel all the islands and capital cities in my country. It was really enthusiastic and lots of fan metting different people. Though we have lots of dialect in every provinces and tribe dialect(languages differ) but we sahred common language the Tagalog which gives us the ease in communicating each other. What bothers me now if I travel to a place where in I don't understand their language like they don't understand my languge too? Well the other consideration is sign language, but how effective is that sign language? Those of you travelers. HOw does it feel traveling from a foreign land with the idea of their customs, tradition and their languge as well?
3 responses
@schulzie (4064)
• United States
19 Jun 08
I love to travel, but I don't always get the opportunity to do so. I live in the United States and have been to Canada, Mexico, and Argentina. I have been all over in the United States. I love travelling and seeing new cultures, traditions, etc. I love to sight see and love taking pictures. I have no fear of flying and look forward to travelling more once my children are older. I speak Spanish and English and it makes it a lot easier when travelling when you speak more than one language.
@rainwater (353)
• China
19 Jun 08
I hope I will have a chance to travel.Best wishes.
@leo2727 (138)
• India
19 Jun 08
i too travel a lot , but i prefer the country side, the mountains, the mid lands, the sound of early morning birds, its really amazing what you miss by living in the city