I love traveling the world, I feel a rush of adventure and love meeting new people and I suppose I love getting to play the foreigner. I also like experiencing the new, new different things that you simply cannot get anywhere else. Also, sometimes I feel shackled to society and I like to de-stress in another country. This last part sort of worries me, because when I get back from a trip and tell people something like "Oh, in this and this country, they don't waste food, because it's expensive and they would never give out such excess portions to be thrown away." People stare and then say, "yeah, that's why I like to be home, and I'm always so glad when I arrive back home here after traveling." I just don't see it this way. Is that okay? I actually see it like -um, we should sort of take a hint and be grateful for what we have. Everyone thinks I'm wierd. I'm just wondering if it's okay to be sort of a traveler of the world, and not really feel a connection to one particular homeland? Or even to resent and hate it at times? Or are people who like to travel and don't like living in one country a rarity and perhaps psychologically troubled (like escaping some sort of abuse memory or what have you)? I mean, I'll feel better after I see some other people's reasons that that's not the case, and that they just freakin' love living an adventurous life of travel, and that they're not nutters. Thank you.