You are very helpful, inspirational and most importantly for me funny! Dank Mireille. Je hebt ook een gave blog — mooi verhaal hoe je je niet hebt laten stoppen! I have read a lot of travel articles and not replied but your one really struck a chord with me today.
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I have cracked up laughing and cried at how honest this is and so accurate. Im on a long term trip and during my time in Colombia I have had a fair few things stolen from me — 2 days ago my phone got stolen. However, since reading your article Ive had a good laugh, read a bit of honesty and decided to continue my time here. Thanks for cheering me up and giving me the oomph to continue happily and not let these moments get out much. A quote I read recently that I found perfect for travel….
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I thought when I go travelling I would be changing lives when in fact it is my life that has changed. Travelling solo can be a bit scary the first time, but maybe just try it out and see how it goes.
The other part is that if you stay in backpacker hostels, you can quickly end up doing many things together with other travellers you meet there. In many places you can travel solo while rarely ever being truly alone.
That is a super-entertaining list you have made. Also a lot of learnings to take away from this. Beautifully written.
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I liked the witty style of writing. Anyways; this list is going to help me plan my next trip. What wisdom you have bestowed on us Marek! Such a fun read. I have to agree with 10 since I lived in Tokyo for more than 3yrs. Great post. I laughed especially at the earplugs , and felt a slight punch to the chest when remembering the album i couldnt turn off while traveling with the person i fell in love with on the road. Thank you.
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I look forward to continuing to follow you! I nearly shot coffee out of my nose on 23! Yes, nothing worse than trying to sleep but the sound of epic-traffic keeps you awake. Thank you so much for making this post! I backpacked for about 9 months before landing in Taiwan and living here for the past year. So many of the points you made resonated with me. I laughed out loud at yes that was a cockroach, welcome to Asia. I also really appreciated you mentioning that long term travel can turn into too much of a good thing.
I know as soon as I got home I had itchy feet after a month or so. In the end, the poor guy had to pose as if he was shaking hands with them individually ;-. Haha excellent. Recently I was approached constantly for photos in rural Indonesia as well. Sometimes when one person found the courage to ask, it would cause every other person in the vicinity to also come in for a photo.
This was so so lovely. Currently planning my first backpacking trip for 3 months in central America with the help of your blog posts! So much love for this. Thank you, Marek! What a list, packed with advice, humour, and solid truths. You seem like the kind of traveler any backpacker would be happy to meet!
What a wonderful, varied list packed with truth. You, sir, seem like the type of traveler any backpacker would hope to meet! Hey Mike. Nearly all of my 2 year travels were funded through existing savings. Now my situation has changed as this blog plus another site give me enough income to continue a travel lifestyle sustainably. I do have a fixed base again now in Brighton UK , but having online sources of revenue lets me travel whenever I want.
This was such a fun read, thanks for sharing! I loved seeing Guatemala on your list. I was just there last summer, and fell in love with the country. My favourite place I went to was Panajachel- and waking up at 5am to watch the sun rise on Lake Atitlan was most definitely worth it. Great post! I feel ready to pack my bags and become mesmorized by all the world has to offer. Love this post!
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It is quite challenging for us in the 3rd world countries min. Thanks Joann.
The money is easier for us and so are our passports I recently read a story from a Filipino who had to try for years just to get a tourist visa for Europe. It makes it all the more inspiring when people still try to travel despite bigger obstacles!
I wish this list could have gone on forever! Really amazing writing and so many resonated with me from my own experiences traveling. I want to do Colombia next! Laos or Vietnam, which would you suggest for a short backpacking trip, say 3D2N for a girl? Thanks in advance. Laos is a very slow paced and remote country with limited infrastructure which could end up being frustrating on a short trip.
I would say maybe hedge your bets and go for a city with enough daytrip opportunities nearby. This is absolute perfection. You are such an inspiration!! What a beautiful list. Comments such as these put a smile on my face! Good luck and enjoy every moment! I managed to make my way to every continent and I learned quite a bit doing it. I never regret a day. My brothers had to send me money periodically but they never griped because I think they liked living vicariously through me.
I could not agree more with your points! Thanks Anna! Yep, another newsletter Sign up and get my travel tips starter kit and best travel inspiration:. Ordering noodle soup in Hanoi 6. People with the most basic lives are often also the friendliest 8.
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