Traveling Home for Thanksgiving can be an adjustment
Traveling home for Thanksgiving, or for anything, can be an adjustment after being away for so long. But as long as I took the best of my hometown into account and was mindful of my behavior to my family, I could enjoy it in full.
“We are overdoing this TRAVEL thing”. Someone had to say it. So yes, I did.
As much as I loved to travel, I needed a good career, a good salary and a good stable lifestyle equally. I like the idea of being a good professional, with a kickass package, but that means it also requires a fair amount of billable work hours and uncompromised commitment. I cant be on the road anymore and live like a nomad, because no matter who tells you what, its not feasible in the long run. Travel cannot provide you a living. And lets accept it, I can not always be frugal about my travel choices. I need to earn to support the life of my dreams. And this is when the confusion started and the irritation seeped in. I didn’t know if I was failing at my passion, or was I just doing it wrong? Or was everyone around me overdoing it. And overrating it.
5 #TravelLoveStory Videos, that will make you believe.
I cant stop to think of airports, trains and flights, which will be filled with excited faces, spreading love all around. Parents, friends, siblings, and lovers waiting to be hugged and longingly loved. Travel is indeed, full of love this week, and therefore this post is all about #TravelLoveStories from around the world. Each of these short love stories, made me smile today, and reassured me, that we have not really lost it all, and never will. Because love, comes at the strangest of times, in the strangest of ways and with the strangest of people...
"Loved the city. Hated the people. OR. Loved the people. Hated the city." - Let's accept it, travel is not always fun, and we cannot sugarcoat all our trips into great experiences. In the hope of publishing the most honest travel stories, StreetTrotter has rolled out its very new #LoveHateTravel initiative, asking fellow bloggers about their journey of a Love-Hate city they traveled to in recent past. Bringing the first of the series is Travel Blogger Claudia Tavani, confessing her reality of Cuba vs. Cubans...