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What's your travel personality?

Discussion in 'Quizzes' started by Booko, Oct 21, 2007.

  1. Booko

    Booko Deviled Hen

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    Your Travel Personality Is: The Adventurer

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    For you, travel is how you learn about the world. And you like to learn the stuff that's not in guidebooks.
    You truly have wanderlust. When you're not traveling, you're dreaming about where you'll go next.
    And your travels are truly legendary - they leave you with stories you'll be telling for the rest of your life!

    What's Your Travel Personality?

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  2. Buttercup

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    Your Travel Personality Is: The Adventurer

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    For you, travel is how you learn about the world. And you like to learn the stuff that's not in guidebooks.
    You truly have wanderlust. When you're not traveling, you're dreaming about where you'll go next.
    And your travels are truly legendary - they leave you with stories you'll be telling for the rest of your life!

    What's Your Travel Personality?

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  3. Aqualung

    Aqualung Tasty

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    My travel personality is non existant. I hate travelling. Hate it.

    But, this is what I got:

    Easygoing:
    When you travel, you're looking for a lot of downtime. Vacations are your chance to recoup.
    All you need is a scenic spot and plenty of time on your hands. You'll figure out the rest.
    You're not one to make lots of plans when you travel. You just follow whatever path seems right.
     
  4. Buttercup

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    Really? Why do you hate to travel?
     
  5. Aqualung

    Aqualung Tasty

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    It's just not worth the effort. It's costly, uncomfortable (both the actual getting there and then the being someplace I've never been before), annoying, tiresome, and with very little payoff.
     
  6. Buttercup

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    I can understand that portion of your response to a degree. Generally when we go anywhere it takes the entire day (even flying) to get where you're going and usually there's mega hassles of some sort or another. Plus, being stuck on a plane is kind of claustrophobic at times.

    But, usually the best part of travel is once you reach your destination (if you're flying). You don't find it exciting to be someplace new? To travel somewhere drenched in history or beauty? To eat foods you've never tasted and talk to people of an entirely different culture? Or, to relax on a pristine beach with no one else around?

    Don't give up on traveling yet! :no:
     
  7. YmirGF

    YmirGF Bodhisattva

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    Your Travel Personality Is: Easygoing
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    When you travel, you're looking for a lot of downtime. Vacations are your chance to recoup.
    All you need is a scenic spot and plenty of time on your hands. You'll figure out the rest.
    You're not one to make lots of plans when you travel. You just follow whatever path seems right.

    Then again, I live on an island in pacific northwest paradise, so I don't feel a need to escape, lol.
     
  8. Aqualung

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    Not really, no. I can look at pictures, and when I do I find that the area isn't nearly worth going to. It's beautiful enough here, and I don't really find the prospect of being "drenched" in history all that enticing (or possible). As for new foods, I don't like those, either.

    Anywhere I'd want to go I'd want to live there, not just travel there occaisionally. I'd love to live on a pristine beach with nobody around, but if I can't live there there's no sense in going there just for fun.
     
  9. BucephalusBB

    BucephalusBB ABACABB

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    Your Travel Personality Is: The Bonder
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    For you, travel is less about where you're going - but who you're going with.
    It's no fun to experience an amazing city or a beautiful beach without your friends.
    In fact, it doesn't really matter where you go... because you and your friends always figure out how to have fun!



    only 5 questions :p
     
  10. Buttercup

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    I'd like to humbly suggest that you should allow more experiences to touch your psyche, even if they are just temporary.
     
  11. Panda

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    I got Easygoing.

    Tell me is it just youthful optimism that makes me want to see everything and do everything? I mean I want to travel to every continent just to see it in person.
     
  12. Aqualung

    Aqualung Tasty

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    Thank you for your concern.
     
  13. Comet

    Comet Harvey Wallbanger

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    Your Travel Personality Is: Easygoing

    When you travel, you're looking for a lot of downtime. Vacations are your chance to recoup.
    All you need is a scenic spot and plenty of time on your hands. You'll figure out the rest.
    You're not one to make lots of plans when you travel. You just follow whatever path seems right

    At least I get a chick on a beach I probably wouldn't care to go to!
     
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  14. Booko

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    Heck no, youthful enthusiasm has nothing to do with it. I know 70 year olds with the same goals, and they're always off somewhere new and different. Sometimes they go there not just for a trip, but for an extended trip or to live for a while.

    In the last few years acquaintances of mine have moved to China, El Salvador, Honduras, Australia, India, Botswana. Mere visits make a much longer list.

    When I'm physically able to travel again, we're contemplating Spain, Ireland, or raiding Mila in Bosnia. :D
     
  15. Panda

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    Oh good that means when I can afford it I will hopefully still want to and be able to do it.
    Oh and Ireland is lovely, I sailed over there from Scotland a couple of years ago(two days to get there four hours to get back).
     
  16. Smoke

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    That was my result, too. And it's entirely accurate!
     
  17. Booko

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    Heh...I had a thought. We should meet up at Cannes. That would fit rather well, yes? :D
     
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