Is it better to travel alone or with someone? Wat do you think?
I dream of traveling the world someday, and I'd love to know what you think?
Hi Susan, I'd say with someone. Traveling offers new and exciting adventures, so it's nice to have one steady constant around. Safer and typically more fun too.
Depends on where, I think. You have to take precautions and be vigilant when traveling alone. Especially for a woman, there are some areas that are much less safe than others. Do research, plan ahead, take safety precautions, be prepared.
I don't mind traveling with someone or alone, I just like to travel ;o)
I think it really depends on you and the kind of traveling you plan to do. Long term travel is often best done alone or with a significant other though some parents have packed up their entire families and traveled for years. There's quite a large nomadic traveler community out there.
If you plan to travel just for a couple weeks at a time, perhaps with a friend or group of friends is better for safety, sharing, and having someone around who you enjoy spending time with.
I would travel with someone but would choose carefully. Travel is awesome but it can be stressful too. Make sure that if you choose a travel companion that it is someone who shares your interests and fits your personality. From a safety standpoint, I think traveling with someone is always a good idea.
by Melbourne31 4 weeks ago
I believe that each of us have reasons why we prefer to travel alone or in a group. I want to hear your opinions.
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