Are you more of a traveler or a homebody ? I am enjoying traveling Australia with my husband.
Given the choice would you travel around your country in a caravan with your partner or do you prefer to be in one place ?
All of my life I have been more of a traveler than a homebody. As a matter of fact, when I was often taking business trips to fun exciting places, I was so excited to be leaving home on the trip, and not that very happy to be returning home. especially when it was cold and snowing during the winter.
I am definitely a traveller. I love to see what is down those roads or where the next train will take me.
Thanks for your hubs about your travelling adventures through Northern Australia. I really enjoy them.
I was quite happy travelling around Australia and NZ on my own, and wish that I could just pack my backpack and jump on that Greyhound one more time!
Enjoy every moment of this and many more trips , there is nothing , nothing like breaking away from the humdrum of work and "life" rather than going on and "living", I am a wanderer at heart !.........be careful out there......
Definitely love to travel and do so whenever possible, but when I'm home, I love being a "homebody," and enjoying the local neighborhoods and parks.
I cannot stand to remain stationary. I left home at 17 and have been rolling ever since. Luckily, my wife shares the same disposition. We have a home in New Mexico but spend as much time as possible on road trips. I enjoy flying to other countries, but there is something special about a road trip.
I love to travel and i enjoyed travelling with a Camper. I wish i have all the time travelling to somewhere i dreamed. I just don't have much time. Hope someday...i always could...
I am somewhat of a homebody I guess. The thought of traveling does not excite me unless I would be traveling to the beach. I feel a real connection to the water. I feel like any other vacation would be a waste for me.
For me, it depends on where I'd be going and for how long, and also how much money I have to spend. I loved traveling in England with my mom for 18 days, it was really long enough to relax and not feel like I had to leave really soon.
I definitely love to travel but I can't imagine myself on the road 24/7 like some travellers so in this case I am a homebody?
by Diane Minton 3 days ago
Why do people like to travel so much?I think people like to travel for the sense of adventure that comes with the experience. When traveling people can take pictures with digital cameras for their families to see. On many instances I have done just that and got shots from Indiana, Illinois,...
by TravelMonkey 8 years ago
In this current economical climate, are you travelling more and taking advantage of cheaper deals or are you avoiding vacations in general? I'd love to know
by Melbourne31 11 days ago
I believe that each of us have reasons why we prefer to travel alone or in a group. I want to hear your opinions.
by India Arnold 6 years ago
What is the difference between being a traveler and being a tourist?
by winbo 5 years ago
u can share your feelings
by John D Wilson 2 years ago
What is your greatest fear when traveling outside the U.S.A.?The fear of the unknown - traveling outside the U.S.A. to different cultures and languages.Robbery, muggings, unfamiliar surroundings. being different from the locals?So many things cause anxiety when traveling.What is your greatest fear?
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