Seven Reasons To Go Travelling Solo is a Kindle ebook designed to help you with lots of practical information and inspirational insights about how travel can change your life and why solo travel is actually the best way to explore the world
Seven Reasons To Go Travelling Solo Contents:
12 chapters of inspirational advice and practical solo travel help
* Seven Reasons To Go Travelling Solo
* How To Budget For A Backpacking Trip
* How To Find Travel Friends
* Six Tips To Deal With Being Scared To Go Travelling
* How To Travel Anywhere When You Only Speak English
* How To Find Cheap Flights Online
* Ten Tips For Surviving Airports
* Seven Tips For Taking A Laptop Travelling
* Make Money Travelling With A Travel Blog
* Packing List For Travelling
* My First Day Backpacking Solo: Bangkok
* Solo Travelling FAQ
* The Last Word
Seven Reasons author Chris Mitchell writes:
Solo travelling changed my life. I left England in December 2002 to backpack in Australia, thinking I would travel for six months, a year at most. That was 10 years ago. I never went home.
I ended up living in Thailand by accident and continuing to travel extensively across South East Asia, driven by a passion for scuba diving that I only discovered because of travelling. Along the way I created the website you’re reading now, TravelHappy.info, and DiveHappy.com about travelling and diving in Asia respectively. Quite early on I posted an article on TravelHappy called Seven Reasons To Go Travelling Solo. The ongoing response to that article has been huge, sparking hundreds of comments and emails from people wanting to travel alone.
This ebook collects and updates the original Seven Reasons essay along with other useful and inspirational articles from TravelHappy to help and reassure those of you who want to travel solo. I’ve also included a previously unpublished Solo Travelling FAQ answering the most common solo travel questions posed by readers.
Solo travel may or may not change your life quite so radically as mine (and indeed, you may not want it to). But I can pretty much guarantee it will be a hugely enriching, exciting and enjoyable experience – also possibly aggravating, exhausting and frustrating too. As Kevin Kelly put it, travel is “a jolt to the soul”. You don’t need to travel for months at a time to experience travel’s magical effect – you can pack a lot into a week long trip that might turn out to be a turning point in your life.
You don’t know until you go.
Happy Travels! Chris Mitchell (chris[@]travelhappy.info)