I had some experience travelling alone in 2019. I had no opportunities to travel abroad in 2020 because of the lockdown. There is nothing special in travelling alone. You just become more developed in solving some real-life problems, gain some useful experience, and improve your communication skills.
Actually, there are some concepts you definitely get to know while travelling alone. First of all, you need to be supremely careful. If you are not really attentive, the trip will swiftly become a mess for you. So try to organize your time and make up some tricks that will help you to stay self-conscious during the whole trip.
Secondly, travelling alone means that you’ll find a group of people (inhabitants or tourists, no matter who they are) who will spend free time with you. Don’t be too risky and always check whether the actions that are eligible in your native country are legal in that state. Sometimes not knowing the law may get you into trouble (I know I sound like your mum, but believe me that this piece of advice is way better than becoming a delinquent).
Thirdly, plan your trip beforehand. More specifically, create the preferable route, places of interest, and the sights you’re eager to see. This tip may seem obvious, but I promise that often even experienced travelers forget to create the route of their travel in a hurry, so the whole holiday gets spoiled.
To sum up everything that has been said, I just want to remind you to be self-conscious while travelling alone, control your actions (especially if this is your first time) because no one actually looks after you, and don’t let the euphoria of being free make you less attentive. My experience of travelling alone is so varied, so I deem this experience in 2019 as one of the best things I’ve ever got in my entire life.
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