I'm very appeal to my regions for being very mountain full, probably, but when I leave the mountain zones and enter the big cities, I sorta freak out and my heart speeds up as if I was home sick, but way more serious.
I live in P.R. Puerto Rico at the mountain chain.
The big cities can be quite overwhelming. All those cars, streets filled with people, the possibility of getting lost, all those buildings. In the big cities is where you often see and meet a lot of different people, a lot of times crime rates are higher in such places as well. Such places might not feel as safe as you do when you are at home, You are used to a more quiet and calm life, and not so much a fast paced life as the big city. So it's overwhelming for you.
I completely understand. I live in Montana, USA surround my mountains in a medium sized town for the state. I have visited Denver, Co, and drove from here to Atlanta. While it was kinda cool to see all the things on the way and see a big city....it started driving me crazy after about 2 days dealing with larger cities. I just am not used to that many people and that much noise.
your just not use to the city, it's loud and big with lots of people. Your use to the mountains where i'm guessing its quiet and peacful not so many people.
wow I've never though of it that way, and it makes total sense