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why do people love to travel


Most people have an urge to travel. Everyone has their own reasons that they decide to travel. We are not going to list out those reasons here. Rather, we would like to share with you our own reasons to inspire you digging out your own which will eventually fore you to plan your next trip you have always desired.

Why do we/ Bedouins travel?

Traveling is one of our favorite hobbies. Travelling is not something we are good at. It's something we do like breathing. Hopping around the beaten and unbeaten paths make us feel like free soul. A soul which is ignited by curiosity, encapsulated by wonder and wrapped with the lust for more of the beautiful earth. Travel offers us colourful places served on a platter of varied culture and traditions, spiced with modern beliefs and lingering beauty of preserved heritage.

In today's world, we are lost in the hustles of what we call life. Traveling gives us breathing space as it takes us away from our daily routine. It helps in renewing our vigour by disconnecting us from our regular mundane life.

One of the biggest perks of traveling is definitely the variety of cuisines that we can taste. It is always a wonderful experience to get our tongue laced with the intricate flavours of raw ingredients, subtle spices, simple cooking techniques and lots of love. Local delicacies remain permanently etched on our taste buds. There is no bigger joy than the joy of having a wholesome meal, with a punch of flavours.

Travel is like a multi-splendour flower which mesmerizes us with its beauty and leave us with the lingering fragrance of adventure and thrills. We travel not to escape life, but for life not to escape us. Stay tuned to our travelogues @ Bedouin's Diary if you want to feel good to be lost in the right direction.

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