Travel with friends

von dongha , erstellt am 10.10.2017

Over the past few years, taking a solo trip has become insanely popular. And for good reason: Traveling alone tests your independence, forces you outside your comfort zone and gives you time and space to reflect. It's good for the soul, and I firmly believe everyone should do it at least once. But despite the many benefits of exploring solo, it doesn't really compare to traveling with your friends. Here's the thing: Not only is traveling in a pack safer, but it's also 10 times more fun to experience new places, cultures and cuisines with other people. It's especially beneficial as we get older, and friends begin to move away or just grow apart. Nothing strengthens a long-distance friendship like exploring a new state together or navigating a new country, language barrier and all. And it's not a one-sided deal. Beyond what it does for your relationship, having your BFF alongside you makes the travel aspect that much more enjoyable, too. You can split the cost, collaborate on pool itinerary ideas, and have someone to complain to if your flight is delayed. More: http://newsdailyarticles.com/category/life/travel/
Travel is awesome. Traveling with friends is even more awesome… sometimes. Friends can either augment the epicness of an adventure, or they can ruin it, making you wish you’d gone alone. More: http://newsdailyarticles.com/category/life/travel/ full_59dc480c61f20_2.jpg

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Travel is awesome. Traveling with friends is even more awesome… sometimes. Friends can either augment the epicness of an adventure, or they can ruin it, making you wish you’d gone alone. More: http://newsdailyarticles.com/category/life/travel/ Travel with friends
Over the past few years, taking a solo trip has become insanely popular. And for good reason: Traveling alone tests your independence, forces you outside your comfort zone and gives you time and space to reflect. It's good for the soul, and I firmly believe everyone should do it at least once. But despite the many benefits of exploring solo, it doesn't really compare to traveling with your friends. Here's the thing: Not only is traveling in a pack safer, but it's also 10 times more fun to experience new places, cultures and cuisines with other people. It's especially beneficial as we get older, and friends begin to move away or just grow apart. Nothing strengthens a long-distance friendship like exploring a new state together or navigating a new country, language barrier and all. And it's not a one-sided deal. Beyond what it does for your relationship, having your BFF alongside you makes the travel aspect that much more enjoyable, too. You can split the cost, collaborate on pool itinerary ideas, and have someone to complain to if your flight is delayed. More: http://newsdailyarticles.com/category/life/travel/
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