Are you planning to take a solo trip to Disney, but you have your doubts on how viable the idea is?
Today you are in for a treat. Shringalah Webb took a solo trip to Disney, and she shares with us everything we need to know.
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What Shringalah was most afraid of before she left for her solo Disney trip?
Crowds! It is okay to be afraid, but be assured that Disney is one of the safest places.
What surprised Shringalah most during her trip?
How easy it was easy for her to make friends. When you go to Disney on a solo trip, become a social butterfly. Make friends.
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How can I make my solo Disney trip memorable?
You want to make the most out of the trip, and taking a break may feel like a waste of time. Make sure you have a breather every time your body asks for one.
Also, try to be a social butterfly. Make a few friends during the trip and capture the moments with people. Don’t be shy to ask people to help you take photos.
What are the pros of taking a solo Disney trip?
- You get to define your own schedule
- The pleasure of eating and drinking whatever you please without having to compromise
- You get to choose the kind of ride you want
What are the cons of taking a solo Disney trip?
Creating memories alone is not easy. For instance, if you want to capture a moment with a photo, you have to ask strangers to take the photos.
Sometimes you don’t get good photos, and there is nothing much you can do.
What should you do if you are afraid of taking the trip solo?
Take time to find out what you are afraid of most and start working on it.
Remember to keep hydrated at all times, and be sure to take breaks.
If you have more questions concerning the solo trip, feel free to reach out to Shringalah Webb on Instagram. She will be more than glad to answer them.
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