When people decide to leave the comfort of their homes and leave them at other locations, there is usually a reason for that. Whether the reason for the trip was whimsical at the last minute or had a real purpose, one is thinking of every reason for the journey. Reflect the last time you left your place and turned to another. Do you have a goal behind you? Let's look at and see if the travel motif meets the people listed below. They are not listed in a particular order
1. Romance – Thousands of people are involved in long distance relationships. However, they must see each other at some point. For the sake of love, people travel for hours to spend as much time as they can.
2. Relaxation – All work and play is not a good thing. People have to move away from the stress of everyday life and have a nice, sunny spot on the beach that the doctor ordered.
3. Family / Friends – Many people have family / friends who are located in different parts of the world. They have to visit them even if they are short.
4. Religion – There are places in the world that are of religious significance to many people. Religious travel is often related to the burial of the last pope or to the city where Jesus was born,
5. Death – A relative, friend or acquaintance who died, and travel to a funeral outside the city necessary for participation
6. Honeymoon – Marry and celebrate somewhere special. This usually happens after the wedding, but there are many occasions when people celebrate their honeymoon years later.
7. Education – You are the place where you live or go on educational school trips.
Celebration 8 – Wedding, Anniversary, Birthday, Birth – Always celebrate and not always happen where you live.
9. Medical / Health – Sometimes the necessary treatment is not available in the city where you live. Often the best medical care is expensive and travel is required.
10. Work and workplace requirements can be a fair journey. Even if the journey is within your own country, you still have a goal for it.
Overall, travel can be a wonderful experience, or take-away, expensive and sheer torture. However, if you have to go, embrace what it is and try to achieve the best possible, even if it is not designed.
Source by Shirley Merith