In the past few weeks I have been reading a lot about traveling solo and how it can grow you better as a person.

A lot of my blogger/Vlogger friends made videos and blogs about why traveling solo is the best and they have a point, traveling alone makes you discover yourself and be more confident BUT is it more fun?

I believe of the saying ” whats life without sharing” I think I just invented that hahah (who cares) But its true what is life without someone to share with, what is a beautiful view without someone to show it to and what is a awful meal without someone to complain to.

I believe what makes traveling more fun is having someone to share it with and that will bring me to the basic fundamental of this post which are:

Choosing the right person

My person is my brother although he’s very annoying sometimes but he gets why I don’t like this place or that food or anything which makes him  THE right person.

They say when you are traveling with someone you won’t be open to meet new people But here I am an Arabic girl with an Arabic brother walking in the streets of Amman to end up have 8 more new friends discovering the city with.

Bad moments turn to funny moments

Having shitty moments while traveling together is what makes it fun!! But going through this alone will makes it horrible. Climbing a really long stairs and laughing at each other is more fun than dying alone climbing. Getting lost in a random place with your friends and snap the whole thing is more fun than walking alone with google maps.

Stories are made when you share and thats why I believe you shouldn’t travel Solo!

I understand the importance of being alone but I also believe that traveling with the right person will bring you more joy than traveling Solo.

Tell me what you think? Are you a solo traveler or like me? Share your photos with me I would love to know you all, Thank you a lot and YES its Ramadan in Muslim countries so HAPPY RAMADAN!!


Author: Zeina

An Iraqi/ Hijabi Travel blogger. Trying to make a difference! I want to empower women and Iraqis in specific.
However, I faced a lot of obstacles because of my Passport, I don’t have the luxury to travel to many countries, but I will continue to believe in myself and the world.

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