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Recently I was having a conversation with a friend in New Zealand who I met through my blog, which surprisingly happens a lot. You guys are awesome. You seem so outgoing. But I think a big part of my personality might have slipped through the cracks. Trust me, the first time I moved abroad to Spain when I was 19, I was how do I phrase this delicately? And not cute doe-eyed-Zooey-Deschunel-awkward, more like bumbling T-Rex awkward.

If I had things my way, I probably would never leave my house in Wanaka. But around the time I went to college and moved to Spain, I realized that I needed more than just books for friends. I had an incredible case of wanderlust after 20 years of reading adventure stories in far away lands. I took a leap of faith when I was 19 and decided to study abroad for a year in Salamanca, Spain.

Even though I was nervous and deeply shy, planning the trip was easy. Getting there and surviving and I use the word survive intentionally here was another matter entirely. It was the age old question of theory versus practice. Moving to a new country sounds easy, romantic and wonderful in your head but the reality is far from it. It meant I had to talk to people. It meant I had to be social. I would never get better at speaking Spanish if I only spoke in English, or if I had it my way, not speak it all.

So while I still remained inherently introverted, because that will never change, I learned to not be shy. How many of us have been told to pride being outgoing? That sitting alone by yourself is bad? That group activities are better than solitary ones? There is no denying it — there certainly is a stigma about people who prefer to do their own thing. More on this in a minute. You plan your trips according to your moods. Even now I prefer to travel on my own than with other people. And even now, after all these years, I have to defend that choice all the damn time.

When I was backpacking through Europe for the first time, once I week I had to splurge on a private room in a hostel just not to lose my marbles. I am that weird girl sitting in a corner by herself. I am that girl by herself on her computer in a crowded cafe where everyone is in pairs. I am that girl reading in the back of the classroom.

Hostels are great places to meet people because of the communal spaces and then I have my own space to retreat to. If I want to meet people on the road I sign up for day tours or take a cooking class, or even go on a pub crawl at night as a way to talk to people.

Looking back, this used to be really hard for me. When I write stories about places, I often find myself talking about the peace and solitude of a locale and how appealing that is to me. For me, solitude is such a positive aspect of travel while others might not feel the same.

I feel at my best, my most creative when I am in a quiet place. And big groups scare me and make me anxious. That being said, sometimes I long for the chaos of places like Jordan or Bali, or especially Spain.

As much as I love it when things all seem to work out and well and are easy, that can get a bit boring. And because if you think people look at you funny reading along, trust me, they look even more if you have your laptop out.

Noise canceling headphones are your new best friend. Nine times out of ten, being crammed on a plane with hundreds of other people is literally my worst nightmare, and the last thing I want to do is talk to the person next to me. Slow travel is my kind of travel. This past year I have finally realized that I am a slow traveler, and I think it has a lot to do with the fact that I am an introvert at heart.

Years ago when I traveled for the first time, it was such a new experience for me that I pushed myself over and over again to see and do as much as possible.

All I cared about was ticking items off a bucketlist and collecting stamps in my passport. I was traveling too much. Solitude is essential for me to be creative. Doing it over and over and over again on the road can be brutal. I crave familiarity even in a foreign country. Some things will be harder for you than for other people and vice versa. Even when I worked as a secretary in high school, I was so scared to pick up the phone when it rang, even though it was my job.

I used to write out what I would have to say and rehearse it! Not because I was afraid I would be declined I had everything in order but because I would have to talk in Spanish in front of other people who spoke Spanish without anyone to back me up.

I know this might sound a bit ironic since I publicize my entire life on the internet, but the reality is that I prefer being invisible. Oh wait, do I live up to my awkward blogging personality? I think too much. I do this all for myself and to help and inspire readers, not my colleagues or peers.

Secured pick up by the hotel at the airport in advance over email? I really hate transit days — they stress me out — which means I am not always the friendliest person. A lot of people have a hard time understanding it when you say you want to be alone. I started off with this point and I feel like I need to come full circle and finish with it as well. You feel like you have to be more social than usual. You have to fit in. This year will be about self-acceptance.

Do you consider yourself to be an introvert? Have you ever felt this way? How do you cope when traveling? Your email address will not be published. Or when I decide I want to talk to people. I am exactly the same. Thank you for writing this. Just to say I love the truthfulness and self acceptance in this post. I feel exactly the same when I travel! Thanks for this article!

I am also an introvert and I saw so much of myself in your post. I am a solo traveler like you and very much prefer it to travelling with others for the very reasons that you describe. In fact, if you know me really well, you probably still see this side of me. And you know what? You plan your trips according to your moods Even now I prefer to travel on my own than with other people.

There is only so much socializing a girl can do. And I hate idle chitchat. Slow travel is my kind of travel This past year I have finally realized that I am a slow traveler, and I think it has a lot to do with the fact that I am an introvert at heart.

I only wish I realized this years ago. Some things will be harder for you than for other people and vice versa Even when I worked as a secretary in high school, I was so scared to pick up the phone when it rang, even though it was my job.

A lot of people have a hard time understanding it when you say you want to be alone I started off with this point and I feel like I need to come full circle and finish with it as well. Find me on or or I'll email you! Stories from the travel blog New Zealand adventures Travel blogging and social media tips.

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