Travel alone and make international friends

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Several reasons why travel alone is better than travelling with someone

  • You don’t need to compromise every day. You can just listen to yourself, your interests and desires. You can do whatever you like right in this moment. And you won’t feel uncomfortable because it’s only you who decide.
  • You don’t have to wait for someone. When your partner will finish his morning shower, eat his breakfast and will decide what to wear. You can go outside whenever you are ready.
  • You will put all your thoughts in order. Being alone helps to restart your brain.
  • You will become an extrovert. Being by yourself twenty-four hours a day is a complicated experience. I bet there will be times when you will try to make new friends or just have an easy conversation with someone at the bar.
  • You will become a brave and independent person. Because you have to do everything without help or advice. No one will give you a helping hand. And nobody is responsible for failures except you.
  • You will definitely know yourself better. You will understand your power and you won’t be the same anymore.
  • Travelling alone

    Making friends while travel alone, is not a crime!

    If you feel lonely, don’t give up. You can find a guide or a travel companion in any place you are right now. Just make a profile on a special site in advance, and search for a new friend when you need a company. You can find locals who will show you their home city or even will offer you accommodation. There are millions of people registered on such projects and they all feel lonely sometimes. When you achieve mutual sympathy you can start a conversation, discuss anything that is important for you and when you are ready you can meet in any part of the world.

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