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11. Posted by pfeiffer (Full Member 211 posts) 12y Star this if you like it!

Quoting js_2005

I thought about the whole lonely thing. I'm a real big people person and I love being around people all the time, but the thing is none of my friends are into traveling. So the question is, should I let that stop me from doing something I really like and always dreamed of doing or just go ahead and make do with the situation?

No. I've met people while traveling by taking city walk tours, etc. Even easier, I imagine, is staying in youth hostels. You will definately meet people, have chances to converse, etc.

And spending a little time on your own while traveling is a great way to learn more about yourself.

Have fun,

Kevin Pfeiffer

12. Posted by sigunsdott (Budding Member 3 posts) 12y Star this if you like it!

Anyone who has done a roadtrip alone or with a female friend?

13. Posted by Emmalineau (Full Member 94 posts) 12y Star this if you like it!

I've done a few roadtrips with female friends - Australia is a pretty big country and planes/buses/trains don't go to a lot of the most wonderul, remote spots. SO I got the bug and have done this a few times in Europe and elsewhere!

As long as you're well prepared and well-stocked, a road trip for a few weeks is a wonderful way to get off the beaten track, so to speak! It's also a good idea to have a contact back home who you can ring at pre-arranged times to make sure someone always knows where you are/should be.

I don't know how I'd feel about doing it solo, especially in remote areas....

14. Posted by Wile1999 (First Time Poster 1 posts) 1w Star this if you like it!

Traveling to some of the differet places in the world always provide the best option to enjoy the holidays.Most of the traveling places can be found on the which can be good for making the best trip in less time.Female travel can help to make the trip good and helpful for making membories.

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