We all have been a part of relationships and know that they are really investing. We put in a lot of time and energy together to make it a happy and long-lasting one. But fortunately or unfortunately, not all of them last. And the phase after a breakup can be really exhausting. Many people try distracting themselves and often look for a rebound to deal with the loneliness. However, they fail to realize that they are doing more harm than good. To effectively deal with the breakup turmoil is to accept yourself in your solitude. And the best way to do that is to “solo travel”.
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She’s not just your regular traveler, Meenakshi Sai is on a journey of journeys; either going solo road trips, overseas or in groups. Come find out more!
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Mary Sipaun and Esther, two adventurous ladies from Malaysia reached out to us to plan their much-awaited road trip to Spiti. We were not just thrilled to have them on board with…