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Reflexions and observations of a single man exploring the world at human speed.
|Although I have done (and am still doing) things relatively few people do in their lives, I also did not do a few things most people do and find 'normal'. Recently for example, I've taken my first coffee cups ever just a few weeks ago. But in the grand scheme of things, I in fact did very few things most people do in life, like marry and have kids. more...|
|For many of you, this is the first time you encounter this term. In a nutshell, it's a depressive state due to excessive travelling. I was aware of that risk before I left and I had a prevention plan. But I didn't stick to my plan and paid the heavy price. I'm still recovering but I'm definitely on the upswing now. more...|
|We often hear that travel changes people. It's part of why I began this journey to see the world. So, one year later, did I change? If so, in which ways? Am I on the track to become a better human being? Those are questions that haunt me recently with the conclusion of my first year on the road. I can't say yet that my journey has transformed me or that I had life-changing experience yet, but when I look back at my old self, I do see some changes. more...|
|In my life, I was judged a lot and sadly, I developed a tendency to do it too towards others but also towards myself. It's one of the habits I'm working on to become a better person. Travelling through Mexico and Belize helped me a lot in my improvement, helping me face the local reality and put my perceptions in perspective. But I was left puzzled on a few occasions as I encountered other travellers. more...|
|I remember six months ago when I arrived in Mexico I had the impression to be in the third world, or in a war zone. The general condition level of everything was unlike all I've ever experienced before. I was in shock and I couldn't get past the appearances to see the country. Six months later it's much different. more...|
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