So you’ve decided it’s finally time to visit that exotic destination you’ve always dreamed of. You’ve managed to save up enough money to buy your plane ticket, you know where you want to go and the places you want to see…but here’s the catch: you’ve decided to do this journey alone, all by yourself, just me-me-me. For whatever reason you’ve decided to go traveling alone, it will probably be the best investment you’ll ever make for your future. So when all the excitement of your decision wears off, it can be replaced by a feeling of fear. It’s okay to be scared, don’t worry, it’s completely normal. I’ve complied five of my best practical tips to help take scariness out of your solo trip planning!
Most people are aware how influential the Romans were at the height of their rule. I don’t think that people always realize how the Romans were everywhere. I guess they were some of the first hardcore travelers and traders and everywhere they went, they meant serious business. Roman ruins lay scattered across most of Europe, North Africa, Western Asia and Britain. If you travel to any of these places today and visit the sights, you will most likely end up with ‘ruin fatigue’ (similar to ‘cathedral fatigue’…).