I never really have "traveled" alone for longer than a weekend. On two occasions I went away for the weekend alone, once to Japan and once to Hong Kong. I guess neither of these really count though- as the trip to Japan was to get my new visa and during my trip to Hong Kong I met up with my friend Ivania.
But recently when I purchased my flight to Phnom Penn and my return flight out of Siem Reap, I realized one thing, I'm going alone. This will be my first international trip all by myself- something that I didn't think I would ever do before coming to Korea. I mean, I don't even like to eat lunch by myself, how am I going to travel for ten days alone? I am excited to have the freedom to do what I want whenever I want to do it, but part of me is worried that I am going to be lonely.
I know that I need to suck it up, and take the experience for what it's worth. I mean, I moved 7,000 miles away from home to live in Seoul. At first I knew no one at all. There's just something completely different about the two situations though.
I'm sure that I will meet people along the way, and maybe even find someone to travel the roads with once I arrive. But for now, it's just me, myself, and Cambodia.