How to make friends while traveling (4/5)

Part 4 out of 5 (Go to part 3 - Go to part 5)

- Be interested in others

People love to talk about themselves. We are all unconsciously a little selfish and expect only one thing: to talk about ourselves. So turn this fact to your advantage. After starting a conversation with someone, ask open-ended questions like:
- "What countries have you visited?"
- "What is your favorite destination?"
- "Where are you from?"
Before you travel, read the book "How to Win Friends and Influence People," by Dale Carnegie. It will help you turn a casual conversation into a lasting friendship.

- Be open to new experiences

We can quickly become confined to tourist activities if we rely solely on the advice of a guide.
This is why we recommend a very simple thing: every time you meet someone new, say yes to all of your new friend's proposals to go out.
You can never predict when an experience will be capable of changing your life. Sometimes the most banal proposal may prove to be an unforgettable adventure.

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