Why do we travel?

An easy way of determining intelligence is to measure how quickly one becomes bored and in need of mental stimulation. Travellers become bored with their surroundings and crave new sights, sounds, smells, tastes and ways of doing things.

This post was inspired by finding a prawn feeler in the bathroom basin. I doubt that I would ever find such a thing in the bathroom at home.

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The Big Prawn, Exmouth, WA

4 thoughts on “Why do we travel?

  1. You’re right about smart people becoming bored quickly, you can tell what people are like quite quickly by how long it is before they want to move on.


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