Travelling brings people together, memories bind them
With September ending, and ‘Green Day’ finally waking up from their deep slumber, the idea of co-travelling made its way. Introduced to me by a very dear friend, co-travelling is a concept in which people from different cities and backgrounds come together and explore a particular destination(s) and share costs. It is more like a backpack trip, but with the luxury of being surrounded with like-minded people who may or may not be known to you. The moment this idea was mentioned to me, I knew it could be something great. And the moment it was conveyed that I also have to be a part of this, I cursed myself for even waking up that day. Yes, I cringe from the idea of being in a group of people not known to me, it is not because I don’t like to meet people, but mainly because of my not-too-talkative nature. Co-travelling is a great way of making lasting connections in the most comfortable environment. But when there are a couple of introverts in the group, it slightly changes the game, not for the entire group, but only for those souls who lack the ability to strike up a fruitful conversation with people not known to them.