TLH's Solo Travel Episode in Sex, Death & Money's Newsletter
Before he became a New York Times reporter, Alan Feuer kept a journal of the time he spent backpacking and traveling the world by himself in his 20s. "I was full of myself, but also just full of self," Alan says. "There was so much me bursting out at 20 years old that there was no possibility of being lonely." Alan tells The Lonely Hour podcast that his relationship to solitude became less comfortable as he grew older. His solution? A 400-mile drive on one of America’s loneliest roads.
So yeah! What they said!