27 Signs You're Addicted To Travel
If you find yourself completely consumed by the urge to travel then you are more than likely affected by wanderlust. You might also find that you have an innate flare for travel and exploration and you are that friend that always seems to be abroad discovering new cities and places you've never been before. So we decided to put together this list - and if you find yourself ticking off every single point, then you are clearly addicted to travel!!!
1. You don't mind waiting in airports or train stations
2. Long haul flights and journeys don't phase you - it's all part of the discovery
3. You're always planning your next trip
4. You own a professional camera
5. You have various currencies knocking around every pocket and suitcase you own
6. You don't choose a destination, the flight deals decide that for you!
7. You're a pro at the airport - especially at security
8. You're a pro packer - you can fit a month's worth of clothes into a tiny bag
9. Any free time you have, you're jetting away
10. The thought of only going away once a year is totally unbearable
11. You have friends in every continent in across the globe
12. You have Skyscanner and various other flight scanning apps downloaded onto your smartphone so you can dream of your next trip anytime, anywhere!
13. You love travelling solo
14. You closely follow travel bloggers and fellow adventurers on Instagram
15. You never fully unpack cause you're always off again
16. Your passport is covered in various visas and stamps
17. You don't queue to board a flight - don't people know it's assigned seating?!
18. You work to fund your next trip
19. You would never dream of clapping when a plane lands safely
20. Jet lag is a way of life
21. Your home is littered with memorabilia from all over the world
22. You've frequent flier status on most airlines
23. You can say hello, thank you, order drinks and even curse in several languages
24. The flight attendants recognise you
25. You're subscribed to every airline's newsletter
26. Every single story starts with "when I was in..."
27. You (annoyingly) refer to airports by their codes not names