A birthday solo trip? Is that even a thing?
Wouldn’t it be boring and lonely to celebrate your birthday alone?
But what if it is freeing or empowering? And, what if making my own needs the priority, is exactly what I need?
There’s really no way to find out if something is for you without trying it at least once. So that’s what I did.
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Natas, sangria, street art and stunning architecture. These are just a few reasons why anyone would fall in love with Lisbon.
I’ve been obsessed with Lisbon since I’d seen my fellow blogger, Maya’s beautiful pictures and vlog (
check out her blog).
So when I saw that Ryanair was doing deals, there was no hesitation at all and at the end of January/beginning of February, I finally got to cross Lisbon off my bucket list!
So, did Lisbon live up to my expectations? Hell to the yes!
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So 2017, was definitely a year that I really challenged myself and forced myself to get out of my comfort zone.
I solo travelled for the first time in January 2017 and I have now been to seven countries on my lonesome.
Looking back now, I realise that I probably wouldn’t have tried solo travelling last year if it wasn’t for my goal to visit 25 countries before I turned 25 (
check out the countries I visited and the pictures).
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A few years ago, my friend told me that she was going to Paris on her own. Being the good friend that I am, I obviously had to invite myself, as everyone knows it’s not safe for a woman to travel alone after all!
Fast forward to today, and I have now solo travelled to seven countries and in two weeks, I will be off to Lisbon on my first solo trip of 2018. I am challenging the limitations that I once placed upon myself.
Thankfully, my friend Maria got to finally have her own solo trip last September, since I hijacked her first attempt. Sorry about that! 🙈
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It’s crazy to think that this year, I travelled to eleven new countries and four that I’d previously visited.
Continue reading “Nine countries in three months | Travel update”