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You will never know how much you really miss Earth until you actually live on the moon First of all you have to get use to the idea of nearly zero gravity which can take a toll on an weak stomach Then one must get accustomed to the whole bathing and bathroom routine which can also be difficult at times And finally nothing beats a warm walk in the park with the chattering of insects and the pleasant whistling of birds Life is what you will miss the most when traveling to such a desolate waterless desert of nothingness To say the least my stay was life changing Why wouldnt it be Standing on the lunar surface of the moon thousands of miles from squirrels trees mom etc one can take in life and all its beauty and appreciate what we are as humans One learns to breathe in life like it were his last when standing in the plexiglass dome looking up at the magnificent heavens from above No one really knows where the road for exploration will end in this day and age While living in the lunar colony one must also realize how easily it is to travel from place to place On Earth one could easily drive their car take a train or flight But on the moon none of those necessities have been developed You have to live in the same surroundings for however long you plan to stay Since you would be living under the roof of this magnificent display of technology and architecture it would be hard to leave it and explore into the almost vacuum-like world of the moon Restaurants on Earth are the places that spoil us most when trying to accustom oneself to the likes of the cafeteria food Of course there will be restaurants to pop up on the colony later but that will be a while You should probably take this into
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