Armchair tourists are the people that travel the world with their senses, with their minds. In some ways, we are all armchair tourists. We experience it when watch certain TV shows or movies, surfing the web, attending local international festivals, or even enjoying take-out. Armchair tourism brings us joy in our daily lives.
Moving to a new country changes your life.
Even if you stay for six months, and then turn around or move on because it wasn’t what you expected, you won’t be the same person as who you were when you arrived.
But the hardest time to leave is when you are still in the honeymoon phase, the process of falling in love with this new place, and external factors are in play.