Solo travelling is quite an adventure and a thrill. If you’re looking for a nice and thrilling adventure, do it yourself.
I travelled yesterday, on my own, first time, in North Cebu. It’s far, and I almost got lost but my instincts whispered and I listened.
I asked the right people, thanks to my guiding instinct who can read and see beyond me. My friend at work advised me to trust in my instincts, then I made it that far.
I was gonna ask him to take me there, but instead he advised me how I get there and I did it myself. Thank you friendly folks at work. You’re all blessings to me.
They’ve cheered up on my first longest trail, and first farthest solo travelling. I was never alone. I learned to blend in and I am so happy. It was a success! I made it!
Solo travelling practices your ability to see who can help and not, who are knowledgeable and not. Luckily, the people I’ve asked were all good.
My instincts have been practiced, and I learned to trust myself. Now feeling confident that I can do it on my own. I am all grown up, no longer a dependent cry cry baby.
I get to arrange my schedule, follow where my legs take me, and follow my instincts. So it was more on, getting there, finishing my activities successfully and getting back home safe.
I made a few acquaintances and I was hesitant to ask questions. I felt weird blending in with the team of strangers as I ran into the wild. They came in a pack, I went alone. I was late, yet I finished ahead of others first.
That doesn’t make me the winner, but that makes me a little better. I will be able to handle things on my own. I practiced my listening skills, my ability to slow down, go fast etc. Running and climbing was amazing.
It was one of the best solo travel I’ve been. If I can do that, then I can do far, more like that. I know I can, I just have to do it. I know one day, I’ll become one of those I am looking up to.