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Is travelling overrated?

Asked by M. Wright, Last updated: Jan 16, 2020

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Answered Jan 02, 2020

Travelling seems to be one of the trending things nowadays, and it is being painted as if the party that travels more is better. Actually, it seems as though being enlightened is achieved by visiting different places, even as you gain more experience. However, I still feel traveling is overrated unless it is done for a reasonable purpose.

Traveling for a needed reason is not condemned, though, but just traveling for fun sounds somehow. I tend to ask, "are you jobless"? Some make it a mission to travel around the world, and I think "what do they stand to gain"? Just feed their pride or whatever! You spend your time and money just feeding your eyes and lustful flesh, without any positive achievement as though being made.

Many go all the way to posting their pictures on social media, just to hype themselves as probably being better. Nevertheless, traveling is not a bad thing, but your purpose for traveling determines profitability.

 

G. Jabez

G. Jabez

Answered Dec 24, 2019

While traveling can provide someone with new and exciting experiences and memories they can cherish, it is also quite expensive. If you want to travel, you better be willing to open up your wallet a time or twenty. Flights, food, and accommodations all cost money. Some people even buy new clothes so that they can look better in the Facebook pictures they put up from their vacation.

If you have to focus on saving money while you are traveling, you can't fully enjoy yourself. Also, there is often a ton of work to make up for before and after your trip. You may spend the time before the vacation scrambling to get your job done, and then you will often come back to another huge stack of work.

 

K. Shadrach

K. Shadrach

Answered Dec 20, 2019

No, traveling is not overrated. In fact, I am of the opinion that traveling is underrated. The experience you get when you travel cannot be achieved in your day to day life. Travelling exposes you to many things you do not know. The more you travel, the more of the world you see. Traveling is a means of leisure and pleasure.

Many of us work hard all year round but find it difficult to take out time to go somewhere outside our daily lives to relax and rejuvenate. Travelling gives us the opportunity to experience new cultures and traditions. We meet new people, learn about their way of life, and build meaningful relationships when we travel. Traveling is not overrated. Take out time to travel and enjoy the world from a new dimension..

 

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