This year I decided to travel to South America for the very first time. This is a huge step for me because I have become very comfortable traveling to Europe and going there as a solo traveler was very familiar. After getting over a few fears about going outside of my comfort zone I soon became very excited about going somewhere completely new and unfamiliar.
Sometimes I think we have to travel outside of our comfort zone if we want to experience new adventures and so off I went!
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