Tourist or Traveler: Which are You?

A great deal of self-identity and judgment from others is related to what we do. Travel is no exception.  Suddenly, we belong to that tribe which embarks and disembarks along with us. Like them, we drag suitcases or packs around on one form of transport after another.

Photo Credit to AP/Nam Y. Huh, File

Photo Credit to AP/Nam Y. Huh, File

We wait in lines to get documents stamped or buy tickets, search for places to eat and sleep, attend meetings or visit local sites. Then, we do it all again at the next venue.

So what are we now? Are we tourists or travelers? Does the distinction matter? What do you think? Click to read more.

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