One of the greatest experiences I have ever had in my life is my tour to Korea. I purposely went there to get exposure and learn more about the culture and aspects of the cultural traditions of these people. My journey was to take only one week. By the time I was coming back, I had learnt the Korean language. It was so interesting because I liked their accent.
Click, Click… Confirmed.
Holy sh*t… I just bought a one-way ticket to a continent I’ve never been to. Alone… What have I done?!
Is this real? Am I really moving to Thailand?
Did I just make the stupidest mistake of my life? Am I ready for a new way of life?
All of a sudden a rush came over me. I wanted to laugh, cry, and crawl into a hole all at once.
I felt like my heart was about to explode into a million pieces. My mind was racing. My body was on fire.
I have never lived abroad. What was I thinking?!
After taking that flight and wandering the streets of Bangkok, my travel life was in full swing.
I was born again…
No, not in that religious way, but the way you’re born again when you start a new leaf in your life.
When you enter a whole new world. When everything as you know it around you totally changes.
I felt something similar when I moved away from my hometown to attend Florida State University. It was my first time living on my own, I didn’t know many people, and I had to do everything myself.