OF SOLO / COUPLE
Pros & Cons
You can do what you want when you want, and where you want.
You realize that indeed, you can do it (whatever “it” is).
You’re more likely to get an invitation to stay with locals.
That gorgeous sunset might make you pine for a significant other to share it with.
Being sick on the road alone sucks in so many ways.
You don’t have a trusted companion to watch your stuff, share the burden, or just be there for you.
You’re on the hook to take care of all the logistics of traveling.
It’s easier to meet other travelers.
You have somebody to share the logistics and burdens of travel with.
Share and reflect on your daily travel experiences with somebody.
With different viewpoints, you can learn new things you might not figure out on your own.
It’s tough to get the personal time and space you need.
Being together all the time can accelerate the natural progression of a relationship.
You’re less approachable on the road and tend to be more insular as a couple. Thus, you don’t meet as many people.
When you each want to do different things or go to different places, it can cause friction.
You learn to communicate better and strengthen the relationship.
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