With inevitable personal turmoil, I said, “f*** it,” and booked a roundtrip to Montego Bay, Jamaica with forty-eight hours until my flight departed.
It’s okay to be lonely.
Enjoy a profound sense of freedom and liberation.
It is an investment yourself.
When something inside of your doubtful self says: Uh-oh!
I will continue to travel alone if I can’t find anyone who’s free to join me.
A huge trend we saw in 2016 was the rise of solo trips.
Can you really stay away from the cliches?
Should I travel alone or with a friend? There’s no right answer to this question.
When I tell people that I travel the world solo, their first reactions are always negative questions or comments: