I often feel that the “rawness” of travel can lead to instant lifelong friends. You meet someone once and feel like you’ve known them for years. As fellow travelers, we already have common bonds that make friendship between us more likely. We have a shared interest, a shared experience – life on the road – and it brings us together faster and stronger than usual.
So many travelers want the local experience when they go abroad, but meeting locals is not as easy as it’s often made out to be. But that doesn’t mean it’s impossible! In this post, I show you how to overcome the difficulty of meeting locals so that you can make new friends from around the world!
Travel helps us break out of our comfort zones. It pushes our boundaries and opens us up to new ideas and experiences. It can be challenging, but it can also be rewarding. Sometimes, we need to reevaluate our perspectives to make sure we are looking at the world with open eyes – and an open heart.
Travel can be such a life-changing force. The more we travel, the more memories we acquire. All too often, however, we end up chasing those memories with the hope of re-living them; we end up chasing the ghosts from our travel past. Sometimes, though, it’s best to just let sleeping ghosts lie.
Traveling the world is amazing – and it’s even more so when you don’t have an end date. But while the nomadic lifestyle seems like the dream to most people, there ARE downsides. In this post, I share three of the cons that come with traveling long-term.
Learning to speak a language fluently takes time and practice – but you don’t need to speak a foreign language to communicate while you travel. In fact, there are benefits to not knowing the language and other (more universal) ways to communicate. In this post, I share how you can get by without a single word.