About the title of this blog: The Art of Getting Lost
A lot of people think that it’s unfortunate, unlucky, and even awful when they get lost in a place. They got angry and panicked when this happen to them.
For me, it’s an art on how to make this unfortunate event to be something sweet that you can remember for the rest of your life.
In my hometown, I don’t get lost easily. Even my friends refer me as the walking map. But when I travel, the urge to get lost is quite big. To travel through unusual path is exciting and challenging. Of course, I use caution when I decide to follow this urge to be lost; safety is always number one – especially when you travel on your own.
I also realize that I’m not that good at reading map. So, sometimes, I do get lost because of this lack of skill….he..he..he…
So, through the stories I told in this blog, I hope you’ll see that being lost is a great thing that will enrich your journey. I really wish that the next time you get lost; you’ll be able to enjoy the experience.
Feel free to take a look at my other blogs (The art of Getting Lost in Europe, Australia, South Korea & Micro States).