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Now we're kind of back to a normal life we thought we'd look back a bit at our year off.
Of course we miss all the adventures of visiting new places, but there's also something pretty cool about having a base. And besides, living in Bavaria is pretty different!
We kicked off our year in our home countries, to get to know them a little better after a whole away. So here we go with good old England!
I read an Instagram post awhile back, by the lovely @humphreyandgrace, about how damaging social media can be for some villages and whether or not you should refrain from sharing photos because of it. I haven’t been able to let it go since, because I agree and at the same time not.
I’ve been fortunate enough to live in one such village with close to a million visitors each year. I felt incredibly lucky to be able to live in a place where most people only dream of living. A beautiful place, a popular destination for decades and the village was blossoming as a result. The downside was how people behaved. They showed little or no respect for the village or the people living there.
When I grew up there was a saying ”treat others the same way as you’d like to be treated”. I carry that with me in everything I do. I don’t mind people visiting my village or taking photos but I do mind if they’re in my garden without asking. I do mind people shouting early morning in the street or trashing the place with littering. I do mind people showing no respect for the history and the locals. I do mind having a drone in my face. I’m sure you would to. Treat others the way you’d like to be treated.
The village in this photo is known as one of the prettiest villages in England. As such there is a lot of tourists and believe me, I know how the people living there must feel. Should this stop me from sharing photos? No, as I’m not so sure it will benefit the village. I can’t speak for every historical village in the world but I can speak from the experience I have and I know it would strike hard on individuals depending on the income. I also don’t think that what I do will have an impact on tourism in an already popular destination. But I hope that this post will have an impact on how people behave. If all of us show respect when visiting someone else’s home, then this world would be a much nicer place.
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