The Case for Solo Travel

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?

The Case for Solo Travel

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