why do u travel to new places?
18 Jan 11
Well,i like to travel to new places,not only because of fun but also because of exciting.I love to know that the people in the world but keep different living styles with me,i think they are mysterious.And also i could broaden my view,to see more in the world is really an amazing thing to do in my entire life.
12 Mar 09
if I'm travelling far (like different country) I like the feel and smell of new places the aura of them and of the people and how different (yet same) people are the accents and language are cool too I just travel when people will take me (I'm 17) but I travel alot like I walk a lot and me and my friends like exploring sometimes when I can drive I'll travel a lot too it makes me feel good to travel, I always feel safe too just how your not tied down to anything not trapped anywhere
7 Feb 09
I love traveling to new places. Some people find a place that they really like and then they keep coming back to that place, but I am the opposite kind of traveler, and I prefer to visit a new place every time. I think it is really interesting to visit a lot of countries, because every country is different and every time it is a new experience. Before I visit I new country I like to read about the place and to learn a bit of the language, that makes my trip more enjoyable.
• United Kingdom
3 Feb 09
I love to travel to new places rather than the same destination every time. I have a long list of places on my travel wish list and I am pleased to say that I have recently been to one of them: South Africa. I took my toddler son to Cape Town and the Garden Route. I travel to see native wildlife, meet the local people, find out about their culture and see various types of landscapes. I am learning Spanish at the moment and am finding that really enjoyable. I find traveling very enjoyable and it always makes a fascinating experience. I take lots of photos and treasure these once I come home. Next year I hope to go to Canada but maybe I will manage to fit in another trip before then.