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An apartment, a hotel, a bed, a couch. It really does feel like a home within just a few minutes. If you would like to travel long term, this is a mind trick worth mastering.
Home is wherever I am for the night. To me, this is an essential concept in an extended journey. Today was day number on the continuous journey. In a strange way, each day seems to repeat itself over and over. The cities change, the countries change, the food changes, but the underlying daily structure is similar. From one city, and one country, to the next, I move from one home to another. Every supermarket, restaurant, bar, barber, bus, tram and bank is new, unknown, and different.
The language is always changing, often the alphabet changes as well. Almost everything I do each day is a calculated gamble. Packing just means putting everything I have inside my backpack, check the home to see that nothing has been left behind, then go.
Time is abundant. The time-frame is for as long as I stay healthy, have money in my pocket, and the motivation to stay in a new destination. I had to copy and paste that.
Cheers Don. Sounds like a good place and I would agree that you have to have a mentality of home is where I currently am to travel long term. As I was reading this, it struck me that some of these Eastern European locales I could have been calling home right now. Macedonia was a possibility, as was Ukraine, Romania, and a few others as I had applied to the Peace Corps and had been nominated for service in Eastern Europe. If it had worked out, I would have probably been about half-way through my service by now.