When you're traveling the world, do you want everyone to see your presence or are you silently slipping by? Tell us all your travel preferences, and we'll reveal if you're an introvert or an extrovert!
When people hear the word introvert or extrovert, it often has a negative connotation for them! Some believe that introverts are painfully shy. Some other beliefs might be that they are awkward in social situations. On the other side of the spectrum, many people believe extroverts to be obnoxious and loud. While you might meet a few people who hold true to these myths, this isn't the actual basis for introvert and extrovert personalities.
While introverts can be shy, they're not necessarily awkward in social situations. They are able to be around crowds, but rather than thriving off it, a crowd will drain an introvert. In the case of the extrovert, they might not be that obnoxious person you're probably thinking of. Extroverts come alive in a group and feed off the energy of multiple people. Which of these people are you? Tell us your travel preferences and we could tell you!
If you're going sight-seeing, would you prefer to go during peak hours or wait until it calms down? What do you do when you wait to board a flight? Is the beach your catwalk or are you looking for a simple place to relax? Let us know!
Your traveling preferences reveal a lot about your personality! Tell us what you do and we'll tell you if you're an introvert or an extrovert!
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