What kind of traveler are you?

This test will give you useful, funny and interesting ideas on how to make your travels more enjoyable, according to your own personal interests.

There are no right or wrong answers. Just tick the statement which most accurately describes your preferences. (At least at this stage of your life… with time these may change ). The test has been specifically designed for this book by the psychologist Ilina Nacheva.

Be honest!

1. You often write down:

2. When communicating at work:

3. You go out for dinner. You prefer:

4. It’s your birthday and you are holding a wrapped present. You feel most happy when:

5. When you get together with friends:

6. A personal or family holiday is coming soon. You prefer:

7. What makes you feel tense:

8. People around you would most likely describe you as:

9. For you creating new contacts:

10. Is it true that you need only four to five close friends?

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Always carry this pocket book in your backpack or suitcase – your portable source of travel inspiration.
"We are all jaded, with a constant bombardment from the Internet, Instagram, or Pinterest, riddled with cliches about “life-changing moments”, “The Secret” etc. The plans and ideas in this book are very inspiring and have more depth. It is so fresh and so energizing."
Lucy Mallows
"203 Travel Challenges is, like so many of the best creations in life, a deceptively simple concept made possible by a whole lot of effort and research behind the scenes. No matter whether you’re a hardened traveler looking to push your limits or a beginner taking your first steps on a new journey, with this book in hand you’ll be a jack of all travel trades, perfectly equipped to uncover the most interesting experiences your next destination has to offer. If you’re searching for a dash of inspiration to spice up future trips, look no further than 203 Travel Challenges."
Nick Johns-Wickberg