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I spent a large part of my youth traveling the world as a hippie. You look through countless of travel blogs, browse through the travel section of the bookstore, read Lonely Planet guidebooks, and National Geographic magazines. It’s so sad because most of the human population are victims to this.
But I still consider those to have been the best years of my youth.
You’re in love with city maps, atlases, and globes. It seems expensive, because you have to save up a good amount of money before you go. Think about how much you spend per month on rent, car payments, phone bills, eating out, clubbing, etc.
You get shivers down your spine when you run your fingers down the tiny blood veins on a map as if it was breathing and coming alive. If you keep waiting to travel until you finish college, then you will also wait until you get a stable job, then you will also wait until you get a higher salary, then you will also wait until you retire, and then you will be waiting for the rest of your life. That money you spend a month for those things is more or less equivalent to a ticket that will take you to the other side of the world. Get out of your comfort zone and strip down to basic necessities. Do you constantly look at the clock waiting for the hand to spin to the number when the soul- sucking pain of being in a monotonous routine is over? You could even find something that you become extremely passionate about and create your own job out of that. I know because after my six-month adventure in Asia, I’m back in California.
And it says to you, “Buy a god damn ticket and explore me.” But you don’t, because you look out the window and you’re in the 22nd floor of a building and your sitting in your cubicle with a deadline racing its way to you. You’re also the girl who attempts to make perfectly handcrafted caffeinated beverages as fast as possible for cranky customers in the morning, feeling like a robot as your body moves on a pace so fast your mind slows down and drifts to that day you leave this all behind for adventure, someway, somehow. Before you know it you will be 75, wondering where your life has gone and passed… Don’t stay at expensive resorts, or eat at fancy restaurants, or whatever comforts you plan to spend your money on. It’ll humble you, it will change you, and you will discover your true Excuse # 2: It’s way too dangerous to travel. I’m doing freelance photography work here and there but I’m still unemployed. To not have a steady income, to toss your chances into the wind, not knowing what you will get back or when you will get it back.
You’re also the guy who is sitting on a desk in a classroom taking an exam, filling in the bubbles of a scantron, for a very crucial exam that will determine your grade, for a class you hate, for a degree you have completely no interest in, and you wonder. wondering why you didn’t see the world and how much you wasted your life waiting for the freedom to do it. Another illusion that our society has molded our minds into. If something strong within you is telling you to not going to this place or go with this person, just don’t. But despite the nagging worries that linger on the back of my head, is it worth it? What I’ve experienced and learned in the past six months is without a doubt, worth it all.
My friend warned me about Thailand being the sex slave capital in the world, and joked that I will get sold into it. But at the same time, be open to the possibilities if it feels right. You meet so many like-minded people in your travels that you can even find an awesome group of people from all over the world to travel, most of the time they become your family, even just for that short time. It’s one of the best decisions I had ever made in life.