When I was in Serbia, I met a Japanese journalist. He told me that he works for NHK. We had beer together. And I asked him a question that I couldn't take it out of my mind. "Why do you travel?" He answered, "To break out the imagination that I make and to see the reality." I think it was a decent answer.
Well, buildngs are beautiful. I know. But I merely realise 'oh, when it is bigger, it's a castle. when it is smaller, I may recognise it as an temple.
It happened in Australia as well. When I saw the cangaroos, I thought 'oh, such a big rodent.'
Think it happens because today, virtuality overwhelms the reality.
The most dumb type of traveling must be 'ancient site in modern comfort.' it's the way travel agents says. If you buy it, you look out through the window beatiful sceneries but you cannot reach to it. What's the difference from watching the video?
Think travelers are people who like to care about other's life which is not his business at all.
So, when you travel around, genuinly important thing is the people you come across. Not the places you go take a picture to post on your facebook to boast to your mates.
This time, I'm not gonna bum around. That's the bottom line. I don't like traveling.
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While I was traveling around The European countries last year, the thinking that kept haunting my head was 'What am I doing here?'. When I was in Serbia, I met a Japanese journalist. He told me that he works for NHK. We had beer together. And I asked him a question that I couldn't take it out of my