I am always curious about the people I meet and I like to talk about travelling. This is the first question from a 6 question interview I’ve asked some friends I’ve met in my travels or from home.
I believe it points out perfectly how we all are unique and how that is perfectly ok. Don’t let anyone tell you what you should do. Embrace your uniqueness and live the life you love.
My first question was “Do you prefer to travel alone or in a group? Why?” and I will also answer briefly.
I used to do everything with someone else and that was because I was terrified of being on my own. And later on, I’ve realised how much that was holding me back.
Luckily I’ve passed that and now I love travelling alone. I think that was the best part of my travels so far. I’m not saying I’ll travel alone every time, but that it’s a necessary part of anyone who wants to self-develop.
Do you prefer to travel alone or in a group? Why?
- Matei, 26 (living in Bucharest, Romania)
- Piotr, 34 (Poland, living in California)
When you travel alone, local people are more welcoming and helpful to you. When they see a group, they don’t mind. Group can always somehow take care of themselves.
- Pilar – (living in Madrid)
- Jan (Dutch, living in Austria)
- Lettice – blogger and volunteer (British, living in China)
- Bogdan (Romanian blogger, living in Bucharest)