Even introverts can suffer from loneliness when travelling, particularly if they go solo. Here’s what you can do to handle it effectively.
Last November, five months into my South America trip, I arrived in Ushuaia. The most southernmost city in the world and gateway to Antarctica, I had been excited to see it. Yet, once I was there, I hit a low. And I mean, a very deep one. I got seriously homesick and lost all my motivation to travel further. In short, I
Based on my time as a working holidayer, this Chile working holiday review sums up all the advantages and disadvantages of this visa type.
Ever imagined what it would be like to be on holiday with only like-minded introverts? Then joining an introvert retreat might be the answer!
Socializing on the road may sound hard for introverts, but it doesn’t have to be. In fact, it’s often easier than at home. Here’s why.
As I spent the majority of 2018 on the road, I couldn’t help but learn a few things about travelling as an introvert. Here are my insights.
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
Don’t you just love exploring the local food scene when you travel? I mean, Chile really has some amazing food to offer, and I love trying all the different local dishes. However, if you travel on a budget (and who isn’t?), there comes the point when eating out every day is just not going to cut it. Not even if you go
Disclaimer: This information is valid at the time the article is written. It’s based on my personal experiences, but obviously, I’m not a visa expert or lawyer. Make sure to check in with your local Chilean Embassy to know the latest regulations regarding the working holiday visa before you apply. When I decided to apply for a working holiday visa for Chile
The truth has to be told. It’s not easy having a travel blogger as your travel companion. I would know. I am one. Moreover, I spent a whole weekend with a bunch of them lately, as some blogger friends and I got out into the countryside to work on our blogs and chat about everything travel blogging. In between writing articles and