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Eli Orzessek finds the answers to your travel questions. After taking my first solo trip to Japan last year, I discovered I really enjoy travelling by myself. I'm thinking about doing another trip alone next year — do you have any suggestions of ...

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In the survey, out of the 1000 respondents, 70 percent of women prefer to travel solo. Admit it, ladies! Even after having some of the best people in your life, every once in a while, you crave to shun your daily routine and escape away to find ...

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The solo travel market is growing, but the mainstream industry is not doing enough to cater for this sector, according to new research. Mintel, which officially launched its 2018 Solo Traveller Report today (November 14) in association with solo ...
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Lately, I've noticed a few articles strongly advocating for solo travel. Sure, travelling alone affords a more autonomous experience and freedom but there are also several other advantages that come with group travel. Here are few of them: ...

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Talking to a total stranger in a totally new place, perhaps even in a language that isn't English? For years, that thought alone made me cringe. But I am here to tell you that the best and most rewarding part of solo travel is often the friends you ...

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But travel is now cheaper and, therefore, more accessible than ever before. That last one is a little more of a conundrum. Do we really need to travel with someone? It's looking more and more like that answer is “no” as solo travel skyrockets across ...

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Women also accounted for a larger proportion of solo bookings for the holiday, following the trend that Chinese women are more likely to make travel arrangements independently. Ctrip noted that 58 percent of solo travel reservations were made by women, ...

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While “solo travel” may be one of the most worn out travel trends, there is no denying that it offers unbridled joy to meet new people and helps evade all passive-aggressive dynamics of group travel with friends or family. Bengaluru-based strategist ...

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At coffee shops, solo occasions comprise about half the total, while at fast casual restaurants such as McDonald's or Burger King, they make up about 38% of the total. But full-service restaurants reported that the number of solo dining occasions was ...

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My first big semi-solo trip came after college in the 1990s when I took off for six months to travel around India, Nepal and Thailand. Since then, in between steady gigs, I have made it a practice to pack a bag and just go. I am the queen of high-low ...

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