When you travel solo –you change–fundamentally. You become the truest version of yourself because you have no one to impress, no one else’s standards to heed…. it’s literally just you and the world. But, before you hit the road, there are some things solo travelers need to know.
Traveling is stressful. There’s long flights, cancelled flights, lost reservations, difficult travelers, excursions that don’t pan out and conditions that are conducive to hitting your boiling point faster than normal. When it comes to travel frustrations, getting results means keeping your cool.
Adventure travel is always high adrenaline! Whether you enjoy the thrill of high-wire ziplining, ATV treks through rugged, natural terrain, taking on Class V rapids or hiking in mountainous regions — you can count on two things—using a lot of energy and being out for many hours. It’s critical that you are fueled to take on adventure and come prepared to go the distance.
Foreign travel can be filled with exciting new adventures, but there’s a reason it’s called “foreign.” Food, customs and smells in other countries can oftentimes take some adjustment. If you cannot ask politely or just don’t want to ask what it is you smell, he here the likely explanations.