I think that it is the real pleasure of traveling abroad that getting an exciting experience by putting yourself in a different environment and culture than daily life. As an ""exciting experience"", I think that I can get it in various scenes, watching the unique nature of the area, watching historic buildings / historic sites, or strolling around the city However, interaction with the local people is particularly exciting and pleasant. Even if it says ""exchange"", it is not such a big thing, when you shop at a shop, you interact with a shop clerk or have a conversation with a hotel employee at a hotel, such a trivial thing, For me who have little opportunity to contact foreigners on a daily basis, it is a great stimulus and the real pleasure of traveling abroad. Just because you do not understand the words, do not hesitate, but actively talking with gestures and gestures, you get communication as it is. For example, English is quite useful in a wide region of the world, so good English is OK, so if you try to speak sincerely, the local people of your opponent often try to understand. Sometimes the conversation gets muscled, and there are times when you are spirited up. By the way, I used to communicate with someone who got along well on the site before returning home for a while. Talk with local people. That is the greatest pleasure of traveling abroad for me.