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virtualbrix
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Nomads Here?

How many of you all are Nomads? I have been thinking about travelling a bit more and staying at places for a month plus.

 

Tell me about your experiences?

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yeah, its amazing and the food options , it's like visiting a buffet with global options. ๐Ÿ™‚

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williamtcooper
Community Member

Samer,

 

I have visited around 20 countries and all 48 continental states. By far my most favorite place on the planet is Rome. The history is incredible.

Love it. I have visited a few states and love Canada also. Trying to get out there more.

What part of Canada did you visit?

Make it happen!

 

In my opinion, traveling and seeing the world is vitally important to better understanding the world.

virtualbrix
Community Member

I have mainly been through Windsor, its near me here, 20 mins from Michigan (bridge or tunnel). I found a bunch of vegan restaurants there as I have basically exhausted Michigan lol : )

8467c28e
Community Member

Samer,

 

Nomads have a rich background as they interact with many different cultures, which makes them more open to external cultures. Having a multicultural base makes it easier to integrate with the world than other societies. This is a very important advantage of nomadism.

Hey Utku,

 

That makes a lot of sense. I appreciate the explaination!

harisfaisal1
Community Member

If I were to start living a nomadic life I would certainly go back to malaysia, can easily spend a month or 2 there without exhausting options for things you can do. Food, Sights, Culture, And some places that a just awesome downright.

Hey Haris, That sounda amazing, I have always wanted to go there!

yeah, its amazing and the food options , it's like visiting a buffet with global options. ๐Ÿ™‚

celgins
Community Member

Samer,

 

I'm not as nomadic as I used to be, but I still love to travel. I have visited 16 different countries, several Caribbean island countries and territories, and half of the 48 contiguous states in the U.S.

 

I used to travel globally and stay in different cities/countries for weeks at a time. I think this type of immersive experience helps travelers better understand the culture, social norms, beliefs, etc.

virtualbrix
Community Member

Haha. Love it. Work Hard & Play Hard!

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