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Am I a Traveller or a Tourist?

am I a Traveller or a Tourist?

on some of the best, must-see areas that might not be mentioned in other guides. The expanse of knowledge out there is truly endless. Your whole world changes. The Difference, usually, a tourist will be someone who wants to visit a country to experience all the popular sights and attractions that a destination will offer. Do you agree with us? People, tourist Attractions, impressive Hotels, bugs, trading Stories. For me a traveller has a minimum of 3 months somewhere or at least a month per country to be visited. The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. Figure it out for yourself Being a traveller I notice the immense difference between me, the local and in turn the tourist. Take home mementos and regale with impressive landscape and beach shots.

am I a Traveller or a Tourist?

The Accidental Tourist: A Study,

Maybe you decide you want to start a non-profit organization or maybe you decide many dont accomplish anything because of too many middlemen and regulations. Tourists are more concerned about following the crowds but if they do get lost, they consult the guide book )which tells them to ask for directions to the nearest hotel or main street where somebody will speak their language). Being lost, a traveller does not get upset if he finds himself lost in an unfamiliar district but the tourist may start to panic. Although there is nothing wrong with this, we wondered if there was in fact any difference between the two terms. Am I a tourist, or a traveler? Go, ask questions, and seek to understand. The traveler doesnt want the sugar-coated, everything is awesome faade they want something real. Are you more of a traveller or a tourist? Being a tourist is great if you want a simplified ABC version of the globe.

Why place limits on our understanding? Being with local people and telling them your story is what excites you. Thats why we all have to become travelers. Sometimes it is not until you meet the people you know the most that you gain a perspective on what you are doing and why. Am I completely of the mark, or would you agree? There are no sites that need to be seen in a hurry. You apply new habits to your own life that you never would have considered before. There are so many questions to ask about a new place, and while they may seem menial or uninteresting, they can be important.