Updated: June 28, 2014 When I began this crazy ride of traveling as much as physically and financially possible at 15, I was impressionable, excited and more than a little clueless. Over the last seven years I have had my share of small tragedies on the road: a pick-pocketing incident when I was stranded with no cash for three weeks, LICE (bleh), several cases of serious illness on holiday (and heartbreak) stand out as the most memorable. But overall I know that travel, despite its inevitable ups and downs, has changed me for the better. Here are all the ways that travel has permanently changed me. Table of Contents 1. I always try to kiss people.2. I’m terrified of elevators.3. I’m a huge bread and cheese snob.4. I actually understand the metric system.5. I measure prices in plane tickets.6. I get really offended when people bad-mouth the U.S.7. I’m a much more optimistic person.8. I speak English like a robot.9. I’m always a tiny bit scared of being robbed.10. I’m much more open to meeting new people. How has travel permanently changed you?Enjoyed this post? Subscribe here! 1. I always try to kiss people. After spending a lot of time in kiss-heavy countries like… Read full this story
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