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Adventure of a solo Travelers

Traveler, solo, adventure.


It is quite easy to find people who love to travel because traveling provides a chance to see many new places. We all get bored of living in the same place and surrounding by the same people; therefore, we all need a break. Travelling provides this opportunity to us. When we travel to a faraway place and into a new location then we get a chance to have a new experience of life. We can increase this experience many times when we choose to travel alone as solo travelers. Today, it is quite easy to find many people traveling alone as solo travelers. Some are people are traveling on the cycle, some are traveling on the motorcycles while some others are using public transport. 

Mostly, it is the fear inside every person which stops him from traveling alone. We all fear the unknown and fear how others will treat us in a different location. Good and bad people are present everywhere anyhow we keep on meeting such people at our secured places too. To enjoy life and to see something amazing and new, we need to go the places where we can find it. If you enjoy hills and height then you need to travel towards the hills or if you like the oceans or islands then you should move towards the oceans. You yourself need to choose the destination as per your choice because it is your adventure. 

One of my favorite solo trips was Madurai-KanyaKumari-Thiruvananthapuram because, through this trip, I got a chance to face my weakness and strengths. The memories of the trip are still fresh in my mind because I enjoyed it a lot. Though, we can take some planning to avoid unnecessary hurdles on the way. In my opinion, everyone must take one or more solo trips in their lives to enjoy life and to go more closer to it. 

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