There seem to be some people that have an inherent need to hit the road, while others aren't all of that mesmerized by the opportunity to cross seas and experience new cultures. It's as if we're not all programmed the same way.
New research suggests that there is a gene specific to "wanderers," making them more motivated than the average to pile possessions on their back, heading into the unknown with wide-eyed curiosity and the zeal of wonderment.
Here's an excerpt from a recent Elite Daily article:
"As told on one psychology blog, the inherent urge to travel can be traced back to one gene, which is …