As travel enthusiasts, we’re often labeled as unconventional, lazy, and idle. Even open-minded people would show a hint of envy in their eyes. However, as a person who loves to travel, the most frequently asked question is: “What does travel mean to you?”
The answers vary, but the core idea remains the same: “Travel is more than just travel.”
“Not wanting to be a common person among the masses” was the first thought that popped into my mind after I graduated from university. I hope that after stepping into society, I can still maintain my curiosity about the world and continue to perceive life.
“Life is a journey”
When I was studying in the United States, I also realized that I could miss home immensely. Therefore, I got a tattoo of “Hong Konger” on my foot — no matter where I am in the world in the future, my roots are always in Hong Kong, the place where I grew up. Returning to Hong Kong this year made me realize that all aspects of Hong Kong are worth exploring. There are still many places in Hong Kong that I have not set foot in. The things that we take for granted: the crowded people, the coexistence of mountains and sea, the high-rise buildings, all make me feel familiar and at ease. It turns out that life is a journey.