Solo travel is an experience you have to try at least once. As they say, you grow when you move out of your comfort zone. What better way to test that comfortability by taking a step outside all on your own?
But before you do, let’s make sure you know what you’re getting into.
Solo Travel. Sure, I’ve travelled. Not so much that I’ve been to everywhere, but more than the usual person, I reckon. But all my travels, local and international, have been with friends, family, or my special someone. I have travelled with strangers, (then we turned into friends after) but we still went as a group. On April, I’ll be going off ALL BY MYSELF (*cue song*) in a faraway land. Okay, not so far, but in a country where English isn’t the primary language.
Cavite: virgin white beaches, epic landscapes, and pockets of historical novelties. You probably don’t know it but this amazing Philippine province has it all. The Department of Tourism of Cavite and Xplorra teamed up to give you The online Cavite guide you need to visit.
Recently, I’ve gone to Malaysia on a surprise flight planned by my special someone. Now, we didn’t have an itinerary (since I make the itineraries and I wasn’t aware of the flight) so we made one on the night we arrived in Kuala Lumpur. Since we planned on staying in KL for 4 days, minus a Lego Land trip, I googled the best tourist attractions there is. The itinerary you’re about to see isn’t the itinerary we followed. I had tweaked it so it was more efficient and cost-effective. Definitely the Best Itinerary you could hope for!