Nothing stays the same. I truly believe that as travelers we evolve. No, maybe not every traveler (I have no doubt that there are those in their 50s and 60s still doing the hardcore party scene just like they did in their 20s), but for most of us we change, just as our looks, mindsets, and paths in life change.
我是在20旅行者是不一样的旅行者，我在31作为一名大学生海外留学, I was most interested in cramming in as much touring as possible. When I visited巴黎我的第二次，我是不是连有一个完整的48小时但没有和锯这么多它让我不知道是怎么回事，甚至仁至义尽。（这包括了恐怖的，近1个小时的等待时间，以购买门票卢浮宫，我多么希望我早知道购买提前购票。）在我的大本营Seville, SpainI sorely regret never returning to the城堡在美丽的花园“消磨时间”。但在20，我更关心的是积极的，总是在旅途中，从来没有任何东西丢失了。但是，被作为活跃，因为我是，在某种意义上我做到了。我在那些安静错过了又难忘的时刻，是陪伴你的时候，你还记得他们的简单和永恒之美的人。
It wasn’t until I was well into my 20s that my travel evolution included food. When I think back on all the crappy meals I had in some fantastic destinations like a pretty terrible pre-fix lunch on Ile de la Cite in Paris; Chinese food in Kilkenny, Ireland; a Johnny Rockets meal in Cancun, (for this last one I truly hold my head in shame since it also made me sick), I’m saddened in a non-critical kind of way. But I suppose it’s somewhat par for the course since how many 19 and 20 year olds are foodies, interested in doing research in advance on what restaurants to try.
Since then, when it comes to planning a trip, whether it’s domestic or international, my research always includes a food aspect-restaurants to eat at, gourmand stores to shop at, and市场退房。我无法想象回到一个时间，饮食上只是简单地将随机挑选一些地方旅行。
我也演变为旅客，其坚持严格的预算是没有必要的规范类型。不，我可能永远不会想花的钱飞了一趟亚洲或欧洲一流。不过，我不花必要的最低量宿舍。我没有在餐馆吃饭的地方，我知道我的主菜是要低于$ 10美元。由于我全职工作and only travel part-time, enjoying myself when I travel and not having to worry about sticking to my daily budget is what I feel I’m deserving of.
一位旅行者的发展完全是独一无二的一个人。I went from being the type of traveler more concerned with the “bragging rights of travel” (i.e. been there, saw that) and not being overly conscious on where I ate or stayed, to one who savors the moments more, who deems a visit to a food hall just as important as a visit to a world-renowned museum, and even someone who has grown to love domestic travel and finds it just as thrilling. I know there are others who may have experienced the opposite. Perhaps they went from being travelers who extravagantly jaunted about the world to ones today who enjoy a barebones, minimalist traveling approach. It’s all about what makes you solely happy since that’s what travel should always do.