Sure, travelling can help you find yourself and what not - I've written posts about that. This is not one of those posts. With this one I list seven actual things that will want to make any 'adult' want to throw in the towel and start travelling.
I'm pretty quick to judge. It's just my nature and it's something I have had to learn to control while travelling. This is a quick one about exactly what I've learnt.
This is my experience of taking a career break to travel, as a woman and someone stereotypically older than a gap year backpacker. I relive the doubts, the choices and the results.
I've looked forward to Asia because I love all Asian cuisines, but when it came to Malaysia I was a little disappointed. This is just a short rant about the lack of fruit and veg available. Not that interesting.
Everyone hates life admin and it gets worse when you're travelling. This is just a little rant about how shit it is to do life admin when you're in a different country. I know, woe is me.
I'm going to share a secret with you: being in a party place is the best place to relax. It doesn't mean you have to spend loads of money or forgo sleep. It can mean quite the opposite.
Even good hostels get little things wrong. I've written a lot of posts recently about personal things I have learned while travelling, this is one for the hostel goers! With a little side note about Seminyak, Bali.
Living life in the moment and enjoying each day as it comes doesn't mean that we have to stop thinking about our future. With a plan and a bit of commitment anything is possible even if you're lazy.
What do you mean?! You can be an introvert and actually enjoy meeting people while you travel?! I wouldn’t go so far as to say ‘enjoy’ but I certainly hate it a lot less.
This just hits home that the stigma around mental illness still remains, if this campsite had once been a hospital that treated people with broken legs, would people be leaving the same reviews?