At Jab we met Journeys, we provide travel platform for divorce, widowed & separated people. Travelling with like-minded people is a good idea in many ways. If you are divorced, widowed or separated then technically you are single. Apart from the promise of adventure, and the exhilaration of being truly independent – travelling solo is a way to learn more about yourself, your strengths, and things you never knew you could do.
Whatever you might be looking for, making new friends in foreign places is always an exciting thing to do.
If you’re single, you never know if that suave gentleman/pretty lady you meet at the bar, next to you on a bus, flight might just turn out to be the next great love of your life. *daydreams*
If not, it never hurts to make new friends, and it’s also super fun exchanging travel stories!
Sometimes the best thing that can happen while travelling, are the people you meet. We’ve heard of stories where our friends made new friends while overseas, and stayed up all night having that one life-changing conversation that left them inspired for life.
You’ve heard of extreme bucket list activities like sky-diving, or deep sea diving – well, dive right into your very own Bali bucket list with a list of potential adrenaline-pumping things to do.
It will not only boost your self-esteem – “Hey I actually did this!!!”, you’ll also be super proud to come home and tell your friends and family all about your latest achievements in Bali!
Have you ever been in the position where you feel like life is crashing down on you – the weight of your ambitions, or other people’s expectations placed on you?
Break free and go on a journey of self-discovery when you travel solo. It places you in a position of utter independence, and you will have the time and quiet to reflect about your life, the person you want to be, or things you want to do.
One interesting way to do this, would be to go on a silent retreat in Bali. If celebrities like Oprah and Steve Jobs have done this before, you can too. Silent retreats are an amazing (sometimes amazingly difficult) way to get away from it all, and simply reconnect with yourself.
The difficulty is in disconnecting from the world (and our digital devices), and truly retreating within – focusing on yourself, and meditating in peace and silence. If you’re keen to try going for a silent retreat
Why do you think people travel all the way just to see the northern lights? Or the other wonders of the world? Simple. Because these are once-in-a-lifetime, life-changing experiences that will leave you empowered for life.
A solo trip to Bali can be wonderfully life-changing. You only need to make the next step, book your place in our Journey and enjoy the new experience and amazing challenges up ahead.