Why travel is not for introverts – and how to master it anyway!

Nele/ September 21, 2018/ Introvert Travel Tips/ 0 comments

One thing that drives me crazy every time is that stereotype of the extroverted traveller. The idea that you need to be outgoing and bubbly and socially hyperactive to survive on the road. In fact, debunking that myth and proving that introvert travel is indeed possible was one of the main reasons for me to start this blog. The myriads of introverted

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The joy of long-distance bus travel

Nele/ June 5, 2018/ Introvert Travel Tips/ 4 comments

The most common travel style to cover long distances in South America is by bus. I’ve heard lots of complaints about those buses before I got there. Often people ask me whether that’s not incredibly uncomfortable. I always say no to this. Not only because South American buses are surprisingly comfy, but because I’ve always kind of enjoyed long-distance travel. That goes

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A travelling introvert’s struggle to adjust to new places

Nele/ February 6, 2018/ Introvert Travel Tips/ 0 comments

For me, arrival day is always the worst. That can be the case for short trips, too, but it’s especially true for long-term travel. The situation when I arrived in Santiago was this: I arrived at the airport and made it through immigration. Thankfully without any holdup. I collected my bag, after needlessly having worried, for the last twenty hours or so, whether

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So you want to study abroad?

Nele/ October 12, 2017/ Introvert Travel Tips/ 0 comments

To visit a foreign university and study abroad in a far-away country is high on the list for a lot of people. If that’s you, and you start turning your plans into reality, you’ll sooner or later find yourself up against a whole lot of obstacles. There’s just a whole bunch of crap you have to sift through before you can even

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