Dtube Travel: Struggles That Travelers Face That NO ONE Talks About/Pretty Pumped To Get Back Home | EP062

in dtubedaily •  6 months ago

What's up dtube, my name is Harshil Patel and I have a confession to make...

I'm pretty darn ready to go back home in December. It's a combination of being on the road for 10 months and also my burning desire to move to New York City or LA as fast as I can.

So with that, I want to share some of my frustrations of travel.

I'm Grateful, but there's still challenges.

Yeah.. I think it's a normal feeling.

Final Thoughts:

Grateful :)

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Love your videos. You are always so authentic and engaging. I really connected to your last point especially. I haven't done any long term travel yet in my life - but I can totally see how it would be frustrating to have those surface level conversations all the time. I would definitely start craving deeper connections too.

Enjoy Costa Rica and your final two months before heading back to the states!


Hey! Thank you so much! And honestly it’s the biggest reason I can’t see myself doing long term traveler for years on end. I miss my friends and family from back home hah

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@harshilpatel I do agree with the shallow convos, after a while, you don't even need to think about the routines anymore, it's more like a script ingrained somewhere lols.

I prefer having conversations with the locals than other travellers because of the lack of depth.

"Where are you from" questions tire me out, to be honest.

But for me, it's the adapting to the locals' psyche, as much as it's fun and pumps you up, it gets overwhelming too sometimes, for example, slowness in some places because that's how things are done there, no need to whine but adapt especially when you need things done quickly.

On the flip side, it's part of what makes traveling fun, teaches one to be open-minded​.


Don't even get me started on the 'Where you from?' questions. My stomach twists and turns every time someone asks me that now.

But you bring up a very good point. Focusing on adapting to the local's way of life makes traveling way more fullfilling


Yes, it's the only way to grasp the essence of traveling, seeing the world through other peoples' perspectives.

real talkkkk.
loved the music choice too haha


Thank you! :)

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