I recently wrote a guest post for the lovely Gray Carhill on her Solo Friendly site about long term solo female travel. As Legal Nomads has evolved, I’ve gotten more and more emails from women wanting to take the plunge and travel alone, but worried about safety or lonliness. When Gray asked me to guest on her site, I thought I would use it as a way to aggregate my advice, as well as provide some basic tips of my own.
If you’re interested, my thoughts on solo female travel are here.
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