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41. Posted by oj (Budding Member 24 posts) 10y

yeah im headin off travelling alone after plans wiv someone fell through ... have to say it is daunting ..

I dunno about people saying they would rather experience things on there own .. that doesnt appeal to me .. i'd rather share a moment with someone .. maybe i will change my mind after i've trekked about abit solo... still cant wait to get away though..

42. Posted by Clarabell (Travel Guru 1696 posts) 10y

I'd love to travel with friends if it wasn't that I would probably have to make too many compromises. And "Mr Right" has to share my passion- It'd be great to have an adventure with a loved one!

But since none of my friends are interested in travelling I figured you can't wait around forever for other people!

43. Posted by Caesar (Full Member 74 posts) 10y

I have a plan to go to northern Scandinavia alone, i think this itinerary suits perfectly the solo trip and esp the lights, the silences, the relation with nature can get even better than, for ex., a solo trip in the overpacked Rimini Riviera.

I've never travelled alone but i think i will because it's an important chance to make a great experience

44. Posted by Desiree (Inactive 157 posts) 10y

Quoting Caesar

I have a plan to go to northern Scandinavia alone, i think this itinerary suits perfectly the solo trip and esp the lights, the silences, the relation with nature can get even better than, for ex., a solo trip in the overpacked Rimini Riviera.

I've never travelled alone but i think i will because it's an important chance to make a great experience

The silentness of scandinavia would for me a reason to prefer to travel with someone, because if you go offroad and something happens to you, you're all alone.
Altough, if I can't find someone to travel with me, I will go alone, but I wonder, everyone who travels alone and plans a hiking trip or so, that is safe enough to do on your own, (not like climbing the himalaya or so) do you tell someone at the place where you stay? Do you take some precaustions?

And about murder, that's is possible everywhere all the time. If you use your common sense, I think being away is just as safe as staying home.

45. Posted by SeeTheSky (Respected Member 558 posts) 10y

Its downright amazing. such a experience. so much to learn, so much to teach yourself, yknow? Though i think it would be cool if you went with someone, or met up with someone and you were both chill enough to split up, and meet back up places or whatnot. you just dont wanna go with someone who's gonna be afraid or over-cautious that they cling to you. Alone is really the way to go 9 times out of 11 .
Peace

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