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11. Posted by kikiW (First Time Poster 1 posts) 11y Star this if you like it!

When i was in Moscow i was alone and i felt a little bit weird. That's why when i have no one to travel with i look for a tour package, becuse there re great deals (for example i use and every time the organization is perfect) and i meet oher people like me so i'm not alone and i meet new people and i'm having a great time

12. Posted by mim (Travel Guru 1276 posts) 11y Star this if you like it!

This worry comes up a lot in tp see for instance travelling alone? so you are not alone! hehe.

Lots of people choose to go it solo cos it pushes you to meet new people if you travel with friends you can become ensconced in a bubble where there is no need to meet new people. I think there are merits to both, you can share wonderful experiences with friends you love or make new ones and feel the freedom of being on your own!

wherever you are there are people who will be friendly and will be new friends for the future, so no worries eh?!

13. Posted by sarahd (Budding Member 96 posts) 11y Star this if you like it!

I've recently separated, but I'd booked a trip (last Feb for both of us after we went to New York last year) to Prague for New Year (we got married in Prague, but its always been special for me). He didn't want to come with me (I expect he was BUSY). I went alone, it was hard, lots of memories, but it was Prague, I wasn't not going. I did lots of new stuff and had a wonderfully peaceful trip.

14. Posted by annavict82 (Budding Member 47 posts) 11y Star this if you like it!

I have been in Oz for 7 weeks now on my own - so to speak- and came here from India where I had two mates as my constant companions for 2 months. I have to say getting on that flight to oz on my own was so daunting, i enjoyed having people i knew to bounce off and share my thoughts with. But it is also so liberating to be on my own and i feel so much more independent now having done it- or should i say doing it!when i first rocked up in oz i was pretty lonely but now feel completely at ease. i still miss my close mates but i have made friends with people i would never usually of met and am working and living in sydney having done it by myself. of course its better to have people to share things with...but embrace the fact that you are lucky enough to do something like travel, and you are bound to meet people along the way to share it with too. enjoy!!:)

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