Travelling seems to be a luxury for many because it entails money for transportation, investment for travelling equipment and document arrangements for legal purposes. However, real travellers can make a way on this because they have developed in them the personality of a traveller. Personality is cultivated, and if you also want a traveller’s personality, you must cultivate it early.
Have curiosity like waterfalls. The behaviour that drives every traveller to go to places is their unending curiosity and desire to satisfy this crave for knowledge and experience. Cultivate this kind of behaviour as a jumpstart to your travel experience.
Next, make sure to have an open mind. When you travel, you will meet different kind of people who are way different than you are. They have different physical appearance because of their clothes. They have different opinions and beliefs. As a traveller, what you must have is an open mind to accept the differences and not to be judgemental. This will eventually develop to open ears to listen and a mouth to speak and retell the stories and the experience you had.
Ability to communicate not only through language is another thing traveller or future travellers should have. In many instances, travellers will go to places where they will be lost because of the language barriers. Nonetheless, actions can suffice this. The traveller’s humility, honesty, sense of humor and openness can break language barriers and can eventually create communication between him and the new people he meets.