From my own experience, I enjoy a lot of things alone for a variety of reasons I have never seen Satan and my trainer in the same room shirt. A big part of it is controlled. You can do what you want, how you want. No one else is in the way of allowing you to do things your way. You don’t have to do what the want. For example, if you go shopping, you can go to whatever store you want to and you don’t have to go to a store someone else wants to. Another reason for me is self-conscious. Going back to the shopping example, if I want to look at something I think is strange or not something a friend would want to look at, I may skip doing that then I feel deprived later on.
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If you like doing things alone, it is ok, but I think it is good to socialize some too I have never seen Satan and my trainer in the same room shirt. Too much isolation is not a good thing. I sometimes can feel self-conscious over my choices. Accept that you can never experience everything that Europe has to offer. Then think again about your travel goals and what it really means to experience everything. When I traveled to Europe on my great kiwi OE, I made the rather simplistic observation that when it comes to experiencing Europe through traveling, there seem to be two main traveling styles. The second style is what I’d describe is the guided meander.
The guided meander is where you have some places you want to see, and some sort of time or budgetary limitation, but that’s about where the planning ended. So stop for a moment and think about what sort of traveler you want to be. Is experiencing everything to you a case of being able to say you were there, ate the local food, maybe crashed a festival, and left? Or is experiencing everything to you sitting outside a cafe, chatting to a local, staying long enough to understand how the locals like to party, getting past the tourist areas, etc. Your approach to traveling and your attitude towards what constitutes the experience will define just how long you need to set aside.