Travelling. What’s special in discovering new countries?
What is special about travelling? Why so many people are addicted to this? Why we can spend all our money only to go somewhere?
When we travel, we have this feeling this everything is OK. That we are truly alive, we use the life we’ve been given in 100%.
We are so incredibly hungry of getting to know the world and new things. Our brains are happy when they can learn something new. We are curious about everything what is happening on this world (and in the space too).
We love reading, studying, getting to know new things. And travelling is catalyst in learning.
When you are in new country, when you speak foreign language, when you use a map to find your destination– you are evolving superfast.
And for us it’s the best what we can do. Because we believe we are on this world to live, not to survive. We need to overcome our weaknesses, go out of the comfort zone and inspire others.
God created us in his own image, to be happy, brave and fulfilled.
We feel that way when we are travelling. How about you?
In what situation you feel you are the best version of yourself?
Answer to this question is crucial to find happiness in your life. Just do what you love and you won’t regret anything.
What’s special in discovering new countries?
For us it’s the smell. Each country smells differently.
We love this feeling when we get out of the plane and the wind is blowing right in our faces. This air is always new and different from which is known to us.
For example our homeland, Poland, smells amazing. Air is always fresh, brisk and lively. When we take few deep breaths, our cheeks get rosy. And we love that :). Polish air is the best on the world.
In Italy, the air is just nice. It’s carefree, pleasant and likable. You feel great when you are breathing. This air puts the smile on your face and relaxes you.
These are the smells we remember the most. But every country has unique air. When we close our eyes, we recall everything what we’ve seen and done there.
‘He who travels, lives twice’