You may have seen photos of your friends opening that brown envelope from Anywhr at the airport for their short weekend getaway from Singapore or exotic destinations off the beaten track. You might have even, at some point of time, wondered, perhaps you could be the one taking that leap of faith, to go on a surprise trip?
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If you’ve seen memes showing 'Expectations versus Reality', you’ll know that there are gaps in how we expect things to turn out versus how they actually turn out. They say 'curiosity kills the cat' but as we all know, cats have nine lives; and so do us. We just have to find out how far off 'Reality' is from 'Expectations' - how different can they be? ;)
Never forget the experiences, moments and memories you've collected on your holidays. You don't have to be a travel journalist or blogger to document your travels. To get you on your way, we've put together some ideas and tips to help you remember your experiences forever.
So why do we travel? The common response may vary along the lines of: to relax, to explore a new city, to spice up a stagnant routine, to escape Monday blues at the office, to check out a cool place we saw on Instagram. The list goes on.
If you’re a first time solo traveller, it can be an anxiety-ridden experience. Before you take the plunge into seclusion in the mountains, try these options to ensure you have ample human connection while still allowing yourself some alone-time. Here are 5 things every anxious solo traveller can do to take the edge off.