20 Things That Solo Traveling Would Discover for You

It’s not a question of bravery or courage. Everyone can travel alone. It’s comparably safe nowadays, but the way you do it and the conclusions you make are meaningful. Just one such trip can change your life and open the world for you. This post will prove that you should try it at least once.


1. You’ll remember people better than places

Without live communication for two or three days you’ll feel that something goes wrong. You’ll find so many interesting and friendly people in different parts of the world that you’ll remember their stories better than the places, you’ve visited. It could be a fisherman in Asia or policeman in Africa. Don’t be afraid of talking to strangers. That’s the right route to wonderful adventures.


2. Traveling alone can be much cheaper

Long journeys are different from the standard week tours. There are many low-cost airlines and cheap hostels. You’re travelling not to spend a night in a luxury suite, but to see the world and meet interesting people. If you travel alone, you can plan your budget independently, so it helps to cut the expenses down.


3. You need a small amount of goods

There is a cool feeling, when you’re travelling with a single rucksack. You don’t need to wait for your luggage after your plane landed. Being alone means that you packed your bags more thoroughly, so you didn’t take unnecessary things. You’re learning to plan your trip.


4. Traveling alone is not for everyone

If you aren’t a 100 percent introvert, you’ll be missing companions, but you’ll have plenty of time for thinking and soul-searching. That’s cool! Just don’t shrink into your cell for too long. Extraverts will quickly find new friends instead and soon you’ll see them in the center of the party.


5. You don’t need to hurry up

It’s difficult to move along every two days. You can’t make a clear sense of the place you’re visiting. You’re free. No one asks you to book the ticket to the next destination. You can stay in the particular town as long as you wish. That’s the point of trip.


6. Traveling alone is a way to escape

You won’t escape from your problems, when you travel with your friends. Sooner or later they’ll remind you about the break up or your recent release. And that will certainly spoil your vacation. Being alone is a perfect way to forget about everything, but the present moment.


7. You’ll find your favorite places

We are influenced by mass media that tells us what to do and what attraction or artwork is better. But you’re smart enough to make your own conclusions and find the places that you really admire.


8. People are the same everywhere

Only when you tear yourself away from your circle of contacts, you start paying attention to strangers surrounding you. You’ll be surprised to find out that people are the same in each corner of the world. They have the same vices and virtues.


9. You’ll learn just how weak you are

You’re just a grain in a desert. You’ll understand how unprotected you’re traveling far away from home. If something goes wrong, no one would help you and this fact is really disturbing. But you have no choice except putting yourself together and going on.


10. Your home can be anywhere

As time goes by, you get used to the new places. You begin to take it as your own home. You behave like people living next to you are your neighbors. You’ll understand that home is a place, where you feel comfortable, no matter where you were born. Maybe you’ll even decide to settle down in another country.

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