Every problem seems insurmountable at the time, but there are ways to get around those obstacles that keep you from traveling, no matter what. Save up, break the news to your parents, do your research so that you (and they) will be less worried, and let everyone else’s opinion stay with them.
“It’s your bag of coins, and your life. Get out there and spend it how you want to!”
“I’ve always been interested in seeing Indonesia and what made me GO FOR IT was my new found love to learn How to Surf!. I saw both sides of the tourism here: the famous resorts and the new budget travel trail, hostels, so much so that it could be another blog altogether. Along the way, I learned a lot about this country, The Bali experience is something that can’t be explained, it’s a cultural and spiritual journey that needs to be experienced in order to be understood.”
Hearing Siddharth narrate his experiences in that one month of adventure, is an experience in itself! You can almost see the child-like enthusiasm that takes over him, for it is not everyday you get to do things that leave you with innumerable stories that will never get boring how many times ever you narrate/listen to them. Travelling for that long will leave anyone with a bank of stories and incidents. I am listing down my favourites, the rest is for you to find out if you get a chance to meet him!
This post was originally published on Tripsee.