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I know your type Havent dealt with your type for a while but Ill give it a shot Your argument about values being inherent can fizzle into semantics which only mean that the definition of what you consider to be admirable comes from a system - your own Your manner of judging is flawed It is systematic and really not based on reality - the individual How can you possible use your criteria to determine the admirability of a persons behavior A seemingly admirable traveller who chooses the cheapest accommodations and essentially roughs it out is considered more worthy than a traveller who chooses comfort and pleasure If the former simply finds roughing it out a more engaging way to travel then fine But the backpackers motivation is to impress the peers live to an image of ahem tourist martyrdom or is simply too lazy to try and make a living to finance a more nifty trip then theres something wrong with that behavior Promoting sloth through the romantic ideology of the travelling martyr is something Im concerned about Some people use this ideology to stall responsibility to their careers family friends etc If a traveller chooses comfort and pleasure it may have to do with differences in tastes I was merely elucidating that a person needs to know himself or herself sorry too much to type to be politically correct here and to be honest with his identity before sacrificing his comfort pleasure and travel goals to becoming a backpacker Some people do feel the pressure to be the travel martyr thanks to criticisms by individuals like yourself Sure when the physical toil is removed from traveling it becomes less engaging But I dont think its a criteria to assess a persons worth or in this case a travellers sincerity Yes I noted that you claimed to judge a persons action and not his worth But hey
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