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    You won't go anywhere if you won't go alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tammuz View Post
    Thanks for the replies.

    I suppose as long as I would stay within Scandinavia, the associated risks of travelling alone would be rather small.
    Depends where you go.

    Anywhere in the developed world likely doesn't pose much of a risk for a man, maybe a bit moreso for women.

    I'd just add the caveat to use the proper precautions you would use anywhere, while alone.

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    Various people prefer to alone travelling, but i don't like to alone travelling because i want to enjoy with my friends and family.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mansiparekh View Post
    Various people prefer to alone travelling, but i don't like to alone travelling because i want to enjoy with my friends and family.
    Me, too. Though I will sight-see by myself if I am stuck alone, like traveling for work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PyramidHead View Post
    It's my favorite way to travel. When you travel with a friend or family member, you bring yourself with you (your personality that is tied to the context of whoever you're traveling with). When you travel alone, you can leave that at home and be more open and spontaneous.
    This is a very good point.

    I usually travel alone, and my best trips have been solo.

    If you fear being lonely planet, don't. You will meet lots of people along the way. And taking pictures and/or a personal vlog can make you feel like you aren't alone.

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    I am a single male and I travel frequently alone mostly because no one else has the funds or time to travel like me. It's my hobby, so I just go. I also travel with friends and meet friends around the world when they are available. If not, I'm on my own.

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    Where do you like to travel, Seranthor2?

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    I am visiting a few places in Thailand with a friend for the first time. Been there numerous times alone. It feels new again and quite different with the friend along. Wouldn't say better or worse. Just a whole different feel.

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