Even though when I turned 18 I legally became an adult (legal age for everything where I live is 18), but I still feel the same as I did when I was in grade 10. I am in no way shape or form a man. I can barely grow a proper beard yet. I always pictured in my mind when I was younger that "becoming and adult" was some special thing and that when you turned 18 you instantly knew everything. Is that the meaning behind becoming an adult; realizing that no matter how old you get you still won't know anything?
Is it responsibility that makes a man a man? Having a family that relies on you and a job that if you don't show up to it will somehow impact the world/someone other than you will care. Maybe that's why I don't feel any different, I really have no more responsiblity than I did when I was a kid. Sure now I have to pay rent/buy food, but that's really not that hard.
Enough of my rambling though, I'm thinking of taking a trip for a couple months (probably after this semester ends). Where in the world should I go (or better yet, where would you go if you could go anywhere in the world)? I need more worldly experiences and those can only be gotten first-hand.