Can there be anything better than travelling? I came back from Puducherry (Pondicherry) two days back and what a trip it has been – not because the place is nice (it is) but travelling solo has its perks. And since I have been solo travelling for quite some time now, I would like to take the liberty to introduce you to all the FAQ’s, tips, recommendations and encouragement to try solo travelling at least once in your life time. Life is too short to die with regrets.
P.S. – Check out brilliant suggestions on books written by solo travellers in the end.
Ever thought of backpacking in Europe but don’t know where to start? Worry no more! In this post, I am sharing my tips, tricks and apps with plenty of information that I gained while I travelled in September 2019. I have also included links that I found extremely helpful while researching for my solo trip. Note—I was a student when I took this trip, hence my suggestions will cater to those interested in planning a super friendly budget itinerary. If you love solo travelling or are interested to know how I managed to pull off the trip, then you need to check this out!
I believe the beginning of any new journey or learning is always the most difficult. I mean, I shifted to Edinburgh on 9th September 2018 and it is now, 14th November 2018 that I have finally decided to sit down and start writing — in the midst of all my assignments, projects, presentations and so on (read procrastination).
I know it’s almost end of week 3 here in Edinburgh and I haven’t been able to update a lot of my activities and experiences till now. But trust me, I have so much to write but haven’t been able to find time to sit down and note them for you. Apologies!
What a pleasure to see you read my blog and be a part of my journey in Scotland! I am excited to journal my upcoming experiences as an international student who finally made her dreams come true. *winks*