Gone are the days of needing to use Travelers Cheques when traveling abroad! With the widespread acceptance of credit cards and worldwide ATM networks, dealing with foreign currency is easier than ever.
In my last post, I shared the benefits of solo travel, but I mentioned that it’s not all ice cream and rainbows. There is definitely a dark side to vacationing alone, but it’s nothing you can’t overcome!
Here are my tips to manage common solo travel fears and concerns.
I regret that I didn’t consider solo travel until I was in my early 30s.
It all started on a work trip to Chicago. Because I’d received a last-minute invite to the meetings, I was staying a different hotel than my coworkers who had made reservations months in advance. Suddenly, I realized that traveling on your own isn’t that much different from living on your own. If I don’t need a roommate at home, why do I need a travel companion?