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It probably is as previously noted, the water in the trap is being drawn out of the trap while you are traveling. It happens with shower traps also. Keeping a plug in the sink will work but this is a temporary fix. If the roof vent is located behind a roof pod this will also make a vaccume possibly and suck the water out of the drain trap.