Hallstatt, Austria – Solo Travel for Introverts

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Solo Travel for Introverts Ratings Sensory Peace   – Excellent getaway from the cities. Although the town is getting increasingly popular, it still emits the charm of an idyllic escape. Solo-Friendliness – While most places seem like family sit-down restaurants, they are very accommodating towards everyone. Commute Friendly  –  The closest city is Salzburg. There are […]

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Opinion – A Supportive Network for Inclusive Travel

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Not all places are accessible or welcoming to all travelers, but we are all a part of the global travel community. We all benefit and are supported, when travel guidebooks, bloggers and YouTubers can notify inaccessibility and risks if we happened to chance upon them during our stay. This person-to-person safety network ensures all people […]

7 Relaxing Animations from Around the World

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If you are a quieter person and enjoys meditative movies, exploring new cultures and enjoy spectacular visual aesthetics, these are my top-picks for you !! (1) Spirited Away Perhaps the best-known Hayazo Miyazaki movie, Spirited Away is about a young girl Chihiro, who accidentally “crosses over” into a spirit-realm, and finds work in a traditional […]

4th of July in Washington DC – Solo Travel for Introverts

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One of my most memorable trips in the United States is visiting Washington DC during the American Independence Day on 4th of July. National Mall From first impressions, the National Mall is a park-like structure within which most buildings of political importance are situated. It was really cool to see people having picnics, walking their […]

10 Tranquil places in San Francisco Bay Area for Introverts

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I have been living in San Francisco Bay Area for a while and it has taken some for me to explore the region outside of well-known tourist locations. Here is a list of places I go to for finding solitude, tranquility and recharging my batteries. 1. Alviso Alviso is a marshland overlooking the bay. It […]

Chocolate Tasting Class – Dandelion San Francisco

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The longer you live in a place, the lesser you know about it than tourists and travelers. This has been the case with me since for the past year, the only time I visit San Francisco is either for work-related conferences or showing out-of-town friends around to standard locations – including the Ghirardelli Chocolate Factory. […]

Introvert Tips for Corporate Success

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The Brave New Workplace At the turn of this decade, a radical shift happened in corporate culture. Out went the official chain-of-command with seniority-preference, and in came the “chill” workplace, with a flat-structure and proactively driven innovation. The Wall Street aesthetic of suits, boots, a leather-satchel and Starbucks, are replaced with Silicon Valley hoodies, skateboards […]

Szentendre, Hungary (Day trip from Budapest) – Solo Travel for Introverts

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Introvert Solo Travel Ratings – Sensory Peace – – Quite peaceful with idle chatter from restaurant patrons sipping wine in the sun. This is on the banks of a quiet tributary of the Danube. Solo-Friendliness – – While most places seem like family sit-down restaurants, they are very accommodating towards everyone. Commute Friendly – – […]

Vienna & Bratislava – Solo Travel for Introverts

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Solo Travel for Introverts Ratings Introduction to the Region We are the heart of Central Europe. The cities Vienna and Bratislava are on the opposite sides of the river Danube, and one bus stop away. The easiest way to get here from outside Europe is a flight to Vienna directly, or to Munich (in the […]

Top 3 Book Recommendations – Making sense of Life in the Present Times

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Introduction The following 3 books give a greater perspective in making sense of our chaotic and rapidly shifting society. While all of the opinions here contains vast generalizations, it is sometimes better to step back and look at the generals for the larger picture instead of being overwhelmed by the specifics, and it’s important to […]