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Precise and to the point – simple to understand – and of course it is extremely helpful to those that travel solo or who are thinking of setting off on an adventure by themselves.
Thanks Crea! And if want to delve deeper into each topic the link to my site at the bottom of the infographic will take you to the page… It’s a question I get asked so often, “Will I change/grow/become a better person if I spend some time traveling on my own?”
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I agree with all of them, my fave are 8, 11, 13 and 14! 🙂
They’re among the powerful ones, for sure!
I couldn’t agree more, travelling solo is an ongoing learning adventure in life! Never too late to start.
You’re absolutely right! I know women in their 70s and 80s who are off on their own… well done, ladies!
Agree with all the comments….am 66 today and plan on more solo trips.
Have found east, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam great places for solo travel.
Hope to return to Burma, where I visited in 2005……bet it has changed a lot since then.
Good for you, that’s wonderful! And I agree about Southeast Asia… I was in Burma in 1999 last time so like you, I’m wondering how enormously it’s changed.
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