For most of us, traveling anywhere beyond a few miles is almost guaranteed to be an absolute nightmare, at least after a certain age. That age obviously isn’t fixed, but ultimately the world keeps delivering body blows until everyone is a miserable shell of their former selves.
Even the most enthusiastic travelers will eventually be worn down by traffic jams, know-nothing cab drivers, tarmac delays, crying babies, lost luggage and the seemingly endless number of horrible people employed by the airline industry.
That’s to say nothing about the cost associated with all of that, which is always a concern when money is definitely an object. While money is a concern for those living in the real world, athletes are generally operating on an entirely different plane of existence.
In terms of travel, it’s not only a part of their private lives because they have the money to go wherever they want, whenever they want, it’s also a major part of the job. All the back-and-forth would probably get tiresome...
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