Keeping track of the places I've been to.
I've come to realize that the more you travel, the more humble you get. (Chances are, if you meet someone really arrogant, that sad chap has never truly traveled or lived abroad.)
You learn that what's fancy in one culture is silly in another. What's cool here is odd there. It's a puzzle, the pieces only connect because they are different. In Middle Eastern GCC countries, you can't kiss your partner in broad daylight, but you can give someone a bag with $100k in cash without a receipt. In Scandinavia, you can kiss anyone as much as you want, but you'll go to jail for the bag of cash. The vibes in Tel Aviv and Beirut beat at the same rhythm, but their residents don't know each other, so they fight for no reason. There are things you'll see on the way from Krasnoyarsk to Vladivostok that you won't find anywhere else, just as on the journey along the coast from Duqm to Salalah.
With international borders reopening and choices aplenty, knock on my door if you need a little travel advice. Whether you're single, in love, with family, seeking action or in need of serenity – I can point you in the right direction!