You wake up and instead of just getting on with your life, you start daydreaming about distant lands. Your job (or college) suddenly feels utterly boring and you can’t wait to get back home and learn more about an interesting culture. You pretend you don’t know what’s going on, but deep down you do.
You need to travel! And it has to be as soon as possible!
Don’t worry, it happens with everyone who loves traveling. You start thinking about your past adventures and how cool they were; you think about that freedom you only get when you’re on the road, but then you realize it will take a few weeks — if not months — until you can travel again.
What you don’t know is that a small miracle happens and you unconsciously start traveling or rather, acting as a traveler. Basically, if you can’t hit the road, the road comes to you!
Let me show you the symptoms of the travel withdrawal:
1. You Feel Like Eating Exotic Food
“What is Peruvian food like?” You ask yourself. There are only two ways to find out: you either visit a Peruvian restaurant or research tasty recipes and cook the meal yourself. But when you think that there are nearly 200 countries and territories around the world, you realize there is some serious cooking coming your way!