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How Traveling Habits Evolved

Posted: Thu Jan 12, 2017 10:32 pm
by bannietowel
(Just a casual writing to practice, all comments are welcome. Thx)

Generation after generation, the human kind has been immigrating across continents and oceans. Rumor had it that the reason some people had taller nose bones was because of their Polar region genes from their Eskimo ancestors where the cold weather causes oxygen difficult to come through their nostrils. And as a result, they developed taller bridges of the nose and could breath warmer air more easily. However, if we look at today's lightening-speed development of technology, living style, consumption levels, it became harder and harder to tell of the country people came from.

Spanish is still widely used in South America, and of course English in the North. The interesting thing is, it's quite often heard that even at the center of nowhere, for example, places like Oklahoma, Iowa, Mexican food were popular among local residents that are Chinese. Students at top 10 universities are often seen from India, China as well as Korea. What has changed? Is it the accessibility to and affordability of transportation tools that carry us up in the air or is it the way people think?

Re: How Traveling Habits Evolved

Posted: Wed Dec 20, 2017 7:39 am
by elkeweiss
I am going on a tour around europe, thanks for the heads up.