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Hiking in New Zealand, sipping coffee in Paris, swimming in Tahiti… my bucket list is overflowing with unchecked boxes next to foreign places. A day doesn’t go by where I’m not looking at flight costs or scrolling through Pinterest for the perfect bathing suits for vacations that I’m not going on. You could say I’m infatuated with the idea of traveling to distant places and actually using my passport. There’s something so romantic about world travel and the thought of arriving in places that I had previously only seen on a screen excites me beyond belief.
Everyday I start off the day excited. You never know what’s going to happen- you could meet your new best friend, kick butt on a test, or find a penny facing heads up. I just would be a lot more excited if my day started with boarding a plane. To be honest, I get caught up in this idea of world travel. It’s expensive, and sometimes you can have just as many amazing experiences in your own city. For instance, all the pictures from this post are taken from my hometown. The graffiti in Downtown Las Vegas is nothing less than extraordinary and I never even knew it was there. It was an adventure fifteen minutes away from my house that made me proud to live in Las Vegas.
So maybe one day I’ll be a world traveler wearing cute rompers and fun sunglasses, but for now I’ll take car rides eating Sour Patch Kids and singing awful rap songs with my best friend.
“For my part, I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move.” – Robert Louis Stevenson