Love to travel!
But Covid-19 has changed the way we travel.
Car rentals have replaced planes and trains.
Camping and RV-ing have replaced hotels.
I can travel alone with ease, but I live alone and have plenty of 'me' time.
Traveling cultivates relationships--it facilitates a shared experience.
On-going conversation enhances the journey.
That's why I don't want to travel alone.
It's so much richer if it can be shared with someone.
Bahamas, Belize, Russia, Timor-Leste, Greece, United Kingdom, Croatia, Honduras, Portugal, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Estonia, Ecuador, Italy, Solomon Is., Spain, Israel, France, Finland, Fiji, Norway, Vanuatu, New Zealand, Colombia, Canada, Costa Rica, Sweden, Denmark, United States, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, Latvia, Lithuania, Togo, Iceland, Australia, Ireland, Indonesia, Ukraine, Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica, Maldives, Malta, Micronesia, Federated States of, Monaco, Singapore, Saint Lucia, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, TongaDetail
Sailing on small charter boats has replaced large cruise lines. Still, I'm hungry to travel. I'm weary of quarantining. I need a change of scenery. What is it about traveling that makes it so therapeutic? I need to explore, study the history of a region, sample its food and drink, art and music. I'm not a big foodie, but sampling new eats and drinks can quench my thirst and quell my hunger.
I'm independent. Prefer the flexibility of a car to inflexibility of planes and trains. Again, thank you Covid-19. Prefer small delicatessens, bakeries, coffee shops, fruit and vegetable stands to supermarkets and expensive restaurants. Prefer a low profile to the Thunderdome. Prefer to be considerate of others, fun, light weight, nimble, and cost-conscious.
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