Sure, as long as it's a safe place, I don't see the harm.
I've travelled to a few places where we ran into situations where no one spoke English and it's half the fun!
In Italy we stayed just outside of Rome. Rome was pretty good for finding English speakers as it's so touristy, but by the time we got as far out as our hotel, the English was sparse. We ended up buying most things by just pointing and trying to order from menus was certainly interesting. I wound up with a pizza with no crust at one restaurant due to miscommunications, which I thought was hilarious.
We wound up not knowing how to open our gas tank at a gas station in rural Iceland where no one spoke English and at one point we had like six locals out by our car trying to figure out what the problem was. They were all so helpful and kind despite the language difference, it was very endearing and a lovely experience!
In Germany our language barrier caused us to go to the wrong airport and miss our flight... which was maybe not the most fun experience I've ever had... but we were also originally just passing through and it gave us a few hours in Düsseldorf, so not a total loss, either!