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You will think nothing of booking a flight on Thursday for an immediate weekend getaway. They may hesitate when you mention this newly forming plan, make excuses about needing time to sleep, watch that box set or get the house in order after a busy week at work. A whole world of opportunities out there and a backpack that looks so rejected lying dormant on your bedroom floor.
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Try as you might to conform you will never see settling in a conventional life as a viable option now. Your only solution is to find someone wild and free to run with you. Solo travel made me more dateable so guess that is different for guys.
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It seems girls are more interested if you have a lot of adventures etc. Also I find that solo travel didnt make you super opinionated, rather made me understand how little I really know. Thanks for this, it put into thoughtful, clear words a lot of feelings I am trying to explain at the moment. What an incredibly blinkered view of the solo traveller. You are probably that type of person yourself. Dull and totally unoriginal. Everything you have written is absolutely true. It was like I had written it myself but much more eloquent. Once your a traveler your old mates just cant talk to you about anything you find interesting and the girl you strike up a conversation with down the bar just sounds like a small minded yokel.
She want to settle down and have 2. Touche, I find this to be a problem of mine. Appreciate the time spent to write this, it was a delightful and encouraging read to wake up to. Well as an older solo traveller, I do get lonely and miss all the things about a relationship. So I am dateable but not attachable.
Their choice has made them happy and they have had experiences i never will and vice versa. And to say travelling alone is rarely lonely is just not true.
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If the nomadic life makes you happy then fantastic, i certainly couldnt live any other way. But please dont be so arrogant to think you are special or better than others by doing so. I wish public interest work gave me the freedom or the paycheck that would allow me to jet off for a weekend on a whim. Sick children in developing and war-torn countries do not pay that well. Despite my life choices, I feel like I am worth talking to. You must admit that there is more to life than travel, and that everyday non-traveling people can have a valuable, nuanced perspective.
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Even towny-yokels have a story to tell- a rich, full story- brimming with challenge, intrigue, love, adventure, misery, and tragedy. The human condition is complicated, and cannot be distilled to one dimension.
I feel for those who cannot appreciate the adventure and beauty in everyday domestic life. I agree with a lot of the sentiments and the energy of the article- but I feel it is very myopic and a bit judgemental. Good read, nonetheless. Jason, an excellent reply. You are right about the human condition being nuanced and that every person no matter who they are or where they live has a story.
Most travelers are not independently wealthy, instead we have learned how to exist on nearly nothing and how to work while traveling. Much of what she has to say is true and is probably more directed at women. To hop on a plane and go to a place where you know no one takes a lot of belief in yourself and your abilities…. Thank you for your thoughtful response. Jason, well said my friend. I can tell you how refreshing it is to read a comment on line with actuall substance, and relatable content from the original article.
In other words, you took the words right out of my mouth. My parents were of this traveling ilk and my sister and i were raised as such. Even though i feel as comfortable in the mountains somewhere as i do in a house, there is one simple fact of reality that only you, including the original author; has mentioned. Last i checked, airplane rides to anywhere are not free. Gasoline for you car,bus,station wagon,moped also is not free. So, hell ya traveling is bitchen, living out and about should an incredible humbling experience, and im betting there are tons more folks that would be doing it if their circumstances allowed for it.
Fantastic and well worth the read! So very true. I can relate. Makes me feel less odd somehow since I know other people feel that way. So true! It makes me want to cry.
Your solo travel experiences really do build your core. I hope to go back to it one day and find someone who is on that similar wavelength. Thank you so much for writing this article. Yes, a part of me died while reading this but I needed to see this.
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A tiny fire of faith has been renewed. Thank you. Go to retirement and get your freedom! Next stop Burma.! Solo of course. Thank you! I, for one, am looking forward to getting back to routine, stability, a dog, family time, the material comforts of having a closet and hot showers again, and an office job. I reject this.
That attitude is what makes a lot of solo travelers really irritating, actually. Travel does not give you prerogative to stare down your nose at people read: the VAST majority of people who lack the privilege to travel as you have. Guess in some cases it does the opposite.
Not being able to appreciate the people next to you and always yearning for something else is a great way to push people away from you. This article is so true. And so did the friendships and relationships. And there are so many more examples I could make. Sad but true, expierences happen in transit but it is the life of the wanderer…..
This comes across as egotistical in the extreme. I think many people are more flexible than you realize, even a lot of real-life solo travelers, and not this mythical solo traveler template written about here. So elequant and true.