Does travel increase resource availability?
Before, I often wondered: why do people like to travel so much?
They say travel increases personal resource. However ... Long flights, jet lag, financial and other risks ... all in order to go to the sights all day, making our way through the crowds of tourists, and in the evening to collapse from fatigue. I never understood why you should sacrifice your comfort so much, if all that remains upon your return is a few dozen photos on the cloud, the likes of which could be found on Google in a couple of seconds?
Strange, but returning from a trip, I always feel a surge of energy.
They say the best rest is a change of activity. Expand boundaries, expand consciousness, get out of the comfort zone, see familiar things from a different angle ... Is it possible that new neural connections give such an influx of energy? Or is the person initially “wired up” a craving for adventure?