Travelling Troubles

Topics: Travel, Hikaru Utada, Volunteer travel Pages: 3 (889 words) Published: April 22, 2013
Traveling is widely believed to broaden the mind and enrich the soul. The famous saying "Don't tell me how educated you are, tell me how much you have traveled" indicates that travel can enlarge people’s knowledge efficiently. Many people believe that when you visit other places you experience new things and learn from them. To my mind, it’s impossible to imagine our life without traveling. Getting out of the place where you always live, then going to an unfamiliar place is a kind of unforgettable experience in your life. First of all traveling is visiting interesting places and meeting new people. It is connected with getting to know other cultures and traditions. Secondly, it is usually said that journeys educate, so traveling we can make our knowledge wider. Also we become more experienced and ready to cope with surrounding world if we learn something while being in journey. Furthermore, traveling is a psychological necessity, especially for people who have stressful jobs. There are people who do not want to travel for some reasons. Some enjoy the comfort of their homes. Others do not travel for fear of being robbed or losing their belongings. There are people who would rather put their money on material needs. Of course, journeys have some disadvantages, for example

1.high costs of traveling,
2.danger of disease, etc.
So all you need to do is to take extra precautions to be sure that you have a safe journey. I am sure that pleasure of traveling and getting new experience is more important. Especially for those who enjoy the comfort of their homes there is one good saying “No one realizes how beautiful it is to travel until he comes home and rests his head on his old, familiar pillow”.

To sum up,
1.traveling is a very good way of spending time.
2.It can educate, give impressions, nice memories and let make friends. I can advise people to travel as "The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page." I’m fond of...
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