Hello my travel junkies how have you been this week? I've been thinking about solo travel a lot and how I get called 'brave' because I do it. More so, because I'm over 30. I think it has to do with the fact that travelling solo can be daunting. So in light of this here are 5 places that are easy to travel around solo.
Hello, my travel junkies! Welcome back to the blog. I went on my first solo trip for the year. Actually, I haven't travelled since November *shock horror* and I started to wonder if I was still a wanderlust junkie. The answer to that is yes! Yes I am! And in this post I will be sharing that trip with you and 5 reasons Madrid makes a great city break.
Homesickness is a big one and typically affects a lot of people. It can either be so bad that you're simply not able to stay in the new place. Or, it can fade away after a bit of time living in the country. For most people, it comes in waves and it will come at certain times
There are plenty of people out there who will tell you that you need to go travelling. Often, these kinds of people can be, to put it charitably, a little bit annoying. They're the kinds of people who always seem to be jetting off to somewhere new and you can't really shake the feeling that they're looking down on you for not travelling as much as they do. These kinds of people can often end up putting you off travelling more than anything else. However, if you let that happen then you really are missing out on one of life's greatest pleasures. With that in mind, instead of the typical shallow reasons of why you should try and see the world, here are some things that can really help you get to the heart of why travelling is such an amazing experience. This is the true beauty of travel.
Welcome back travel giraffes! If you read my last blog post (here) you would have seen that it wasn't the best year for me. This also had an impact on my travel wanderlust list. Despite this, I did manage to visit a few new places so here's a recap of where I went in 2018.