Solo Travel Navigating: What To Do When There’s No One Else To Blame for Getting Lost

Solo travel has numerous benefits, but one of the downsides of going it alone comes with the actual travel aspect, the navigating to hostels, the driving on the wrong side of the road in some countries, the wandering aimlessly with no one else to blame but yourself for getting lost. Here are a few tips for navigating as a solo traveler.

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Five Tips for Choosing Travel Partners

For those looking to choose a travel partner for an upcoming trip, whether to share in the experiences or just have a bit of companionship on those long journeys, there are some considerations to keep in mind. After all, you don’t want to be on a trip with your travel partner wishing you had just gone solo, right?!

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How To Make Solo Travel More Social

Traveling solo can be an isolating experience. Much of the time I feel too awkward to start initiating conversations. Then there are those inclinations ingrained in our brains at an early age to not talk to strangers. To make solo travel more social, here are a few ways to increase socialization on a trip alone.

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The Solo Traveler’s Mastery of Dining Alone

Traveling solo tends to bring out a confidence and courage you might never know you had. Despite that courage, it doesn’t mean the idea of dining alone doesn’t frighten the most seasoned of solo travelers. There is a certain amount of anxiety to dining alone. Is everyone staring at me? Won’t I get bored? Suddenly the simple act of eating becomes a whole song and dance of anxiety and nerves.

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Grubwithus Takes the Solo Dining out of Solo Travel

As liberating as solo expeditions may be, there's something about dining alone in unfamiliar Territory that can be uncomfortable. Not to mention, mingling with locals over an unforgettable meal is just a better way to dine.

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