Traveling alone is hard (but not too hard)
It is hard to travel alone in some sense and while most travel articles will say you have to do it at least once, I still think – to each his own. Do it if you really want to. Don’t do it if you think you’ll be miserable. That said I’ve met tons people traveling alone so it’s just a matter of getting used to.
17 signs you are addicted to travel
There is however this one thing that I’m constantly craving. Traveling. I thought it was just seasonal like it’s the summer so definitely a great time to go away. But then summer ended and I’m still craving. I took trips, several of them. In the mountains, in the beaches, in the cities. But every time I came home, I couldn’t recover from road hangover. Hmm I think I’ve got it. I’m addicted to travel. You think you’re hit by the bug too? Look at these signs you’re addicted to travel.
I bailed on my first couchsurfing and decided to sleep in 7-Eleven
Couchsurfing is actually a very useful travel system. When I got home I still thanked my contact. My issue with the house is actually not her fault. I agreed to her without really checking on the house conditions. So lesson learned. After that I couchsurfed in Bali and Jogjakarta and I had a good time.
How to battle solo travel nerves and start making friends
Solo travel is all hit recently. Travelers are talking about it and encouraging others to do the same. But for the unconventional ones it’s a major step not to be taken any time soon.
We are your favorite band!
Music is an art of life. Everybody loves their own cult genres. We sing out songs, hum to tunes, bob our heads, and dance to party. But what’s more exciting is having the creator of it sing right in front of you. Remember that twitter account @concertweirdos? Ackk it’s like everything he says speaks to me! I cringe when my favorite bands are playing nearby.