Posted November 5th, 2017, 04:39 PM
I'm just curious what is the age range of those of you that travel solo? And if you traveled solo do you feel awkwardly alone?
I’m going to be 40 next Tuesday and not looking forward to it LOL. I have done a fair amount of solo travelling, so guess it was only natural that I book a solo cruise for my next trip.
I’ll be honest with you: I did not have a lot of friends growing up, and I still don’t as an adult, but I enjoy my own company. I do a lot of things on my own, i.e. travel, go to the movies, sporting events, concerts, conventions, dine, etc. If I was reliant on the company of others, I would never be able to enjoy doing the things that I love. And, besides, I always meet and chat with people whenever I’m solo, that definitely includes cruising
So, to answer your question, no, I don’t feel awkwardly alone as you put it. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy the company of my family and friends, but really prefer travelling alone as I get to travel on my own itinerary. Mother is taking me to Vegas for my 40th next month, that should be rather interesting
Best wishes to you, travelchick! I think you should definitely consider solo travel whether it be a cruise or land-based travel. But that’s JMHO
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