I could tell you I decided to go away alone, because I wanted an adventure, I was about to burn out and needed a break and why Sagada? Not that I’m bruised ego or broken hearted or wanted to sing where do broken heart goes at the top of my lungs and shout out all my I’ll feelings at the Kiltepan peek.
I know that it’s nice to have someone to cuddle with in Sagada’s cold temperature, they are one degree colder than Baguio and it’s a walk town. It’s a close weather encounter to my dream destination…someday #sunnytoastdreamneverstops
Being alone does not mean you are a loner. I’m not exactly an introverted person- I’m loud, outgoing and prone to talk your head off...lol but traveling solo has allowed me to explore more.
Travelling alone will absolutely changes your life and let me take the rounds of what I learned something several wise people had discovered before me and why travelling solo is best for you!
1. You embrace yourself
Ito yong sinasabing aura aura time! #Charot! So don’t be afraid to talk to strangers.
So what are you doing now, clear your schedule, booked a flight or go to a place that you been wanting and dreaming!
But before anything else, leave your problems at home. Travelling solo gives you a rare opportunity, and offers you a brief time in life when you can be completely free. Not only will you be free from your everyday responsibilities, but also from trying to meet everybody else’s expectations and playing your social role.
You can go wherever you want and do whatever things your natural rhythm and desires guide you to do. No matter what activities you decide to pursue, you’ll get to do them however and whenever you like. So go ahead and turn off that phone. Forget about whatever worries you have waiting for you at home or work.
Open your eyes and prepare yourself for a journey that will engage your mind and touch your soul.