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    travelling is been in the mind of every person, let's see what everyone feels to be with.post your reasons for answers too!!!!
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  • #2
    Traveling to me is a hobby . I wish I had to do so because of my profession. It’ll be more fun and I will not have to spend a lot money

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    • #3
      Why would I pay thousands of dollars to visit somewhere for a week when I can make $50,000+ to visit it for a year? You don't really get to know a culture in just a few weeks, or even just a month.

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      • #4
        i spend more then thousands of dollars just to see and now some new culture , Honestly, I do not regret and wish to visit the world someday

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        • #5
          Hello everybode! And i believe that the travelling is a good hobby and business. What can be cooler when a hobby is your work? My friend a travel photographer, he has his own business. Yesterday, he created his website https://www.templatemonster.com/cate...dpress-themes/. If you want to earn money on your dream, you'll do the same.

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          • #6
            Yes, it is my hobby..And it is expensive thing!

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            • #7
              I've found work travel to be a bit unsatisfying. My employer was never really open to the idea that I might spend a few extra days on a business trip on vacation there instead, and I end up working while I'm traveling for work. I've done business trips to Singapore, Cambodia, Australia, China, and Hawaii.

              It does take longer than the week someone spends on vacation somewhere to soak up much local perspective, to really explore a local culture. A week or two is a good start though, and more than enough time to look around.

              There are different forms of travel that cost more or less but it ends up being expensive--by most people's standards--no matter how it works out. I live in Bangkok and there are definitely exceptions to that for local travel. Heading over to Siem Reap in Cambodia or Hanoi in Vietnam wouldn't need to be expensive. We visited Russia earlier this year and that added up, but Russia is a lot lower in cost to visit than the US, and Europe is much worse than the US, more costly.

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