The travel mutation

The best part about life is that evolution is one of its prime components. A lot of things have led me towards this habit of travelling, and that makes me realize all those who were responsible for the nourishment of this obsession. A bit of alcohol still makes me shower those people with cheeky adjectives, but I do it with a smile now. I enjoy laughing at the illogical ideology of those who have failed to come out of their cocoons and now they think that they can give sermons. Interaction and connection with different types of people makes us human. Those who live in their self-created shells of society can compare themselves to animals. I wish nobody gets offended by my words. Only those may feel offended who belong to that species which never moves out of its illogical boundaries.

Every moment, we are undergoing a slow evolution somewhere in our mind or the heart. When a number of such small changes add up, you become the sum of those changes. I have underwent one such major change in my outlook about life. Travelling is slowly becoming my obsession, and I am loving it. Why would I complain when this mutation leads me to such places:

Sunset in North Eastern part of Taiwan
Sunset in North Eastern part of Taiwan
A replica of Queen’s Head rock in Yehliu Geopark

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I will keep this post short, just to give you time to get lost in the minute details of the images 🙂


21 thoughts on “The travel mutation”

  1. Cheeky adjectives are good for mental health as is travelling:) At times when I am mulling over my own sorrows, and I travel a bit..even in my own city, I end up feeling like a new person:) The beauty of this world sinks into me..sort of like osmosis…And well helps me write better:)

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  2. Fantastic posts and I agree with you about the cocoon types. In recent years, I’ve mainly been going back to the same places and exploring them in detail as opportunity allowed. We have spent a lot of time at Palm Beach in Sydney over the last 2 years and every time we go onto the mud flats outside, we find new critters we’ve never seen before and the kids find new games and activities. They’ve been doing a lot of engineering this visit. I would really love to get back overseas but need to find a moneytree first, Meanwhile, I travel via blogging. xx Rowena

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    1. My psychology is such that I do not like to repeat the things, be it going to the same place or watching the same movie repeatedly. But, I have discovered the fun part of repeating things to get into the more minute details. Your views about money-tree resonate with my situation. I follow the strategy of taking up one place at a time and keeping full focus on it. Wish you a life time of world exploration, keep travelling 🙂

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