“To move, to breathe, to fly, to float,To gain all while you give,To roam the roads of lands remote,To travel is to live.”― Hans Christian Andersen
Humans are the only creature who they say they live freely but they aren't free enough to migrate as free as birds and animals. We live in a small isolated location a where we have the same business and same people and the same food.
So pack your bags in the vacation you get, spend the money and just be a gypsy ready to fly over the world.
The impulse to travel is one of the helpful symptoms of life. To travel is to live.
Travel to see the beauty of the world. Stop at random places. Meet new people. Experience things you have never done. Listen to what nature says. Admire the magic of its creation.
Life is not meant to be caged in hometown. Live Life in moments, not in days or years or schedules. Experience each and every adventure. Find yourselves through traveling. And
take the hell out of you to do anything you want and just travel. Travel is not only to visit the places but to realise the beauty of the place. Make yourself free to be able to travel whenever you want. Go to different places and meet random people. Explore the street, the roads with people and make beautiful memories.
From snow to glaciers and from valleys to mountains, from national park and sanctuary to deserts, everything is gonna make you happy and to teach something. Create memories with each part of the nature.
Go on a road trip. Stop at random places. Run through the woods chasing a butterfly. Talk to new people with different cultures and lifestyles. Enjoy every sunrise and sunset from hilltop and sometimes behind the trees. Spend hours behind the rushing river, listening to the secrets hidden in the waves. Cross boundaries and make memories.
Life is meant to be explored to wondrous place. Explore all the nooks and crannies of this world. Be a bird always ready and anxious to fly to other places. So just move around the world. Be a creator. Be yourself. Live Love Travel.
Remembering the quote of Helen Keller: "Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all".