For me, travelling is not limited to travelling long distances (from one province to another or from one country to another), but travelling also includes, walking from one place to another, as well as driving within my local community.
When I travel in this country (Canada), I experience wonders. Recently, when I travelled to British Columbia [BC], I drove through the clouds on the mountains. I was near to the sky and the Pacific Ocean. This feeling humbled me and made me heed to my surrounding. I became more conscientious about the environment, what it offers and what I may offer back. Such experiences are unique among us. In the Canadian West Coast, I experienced the richness of the earth: the Rocky Mountains, the forests, the lakes and rivers and the richness of fresh seafood.
In the summer times, when I visited BC, I saw many people were vibrant, having fun, eating on the street corridors and driving fancy vehicles. Some people were sunbathing at the waterfronts of Vancouver; some people were playing with children and others were having romantic activities, such as holding hands together and so on. It was summer time, so most of the people must have been on holidays or simply enjoying life.