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Vol. 4, No. 11 | November 2012




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Traveling Solo
Loving the Adventure

US MED Gives BackPeople who have never traveled by themselves often describe their first trip as an almost spiritual experience. To take in new surroundings unfiltered by the prejudices, tastes or preferences of a traveling companion can be heady stuff. But traveling solo gives you the chance to indulge yourself fully, say advisors at

Whatever your destination, you can rest when you want and pour it on when you're feeling ambitious. Any mistakes are your own. There's no worrying that your insistence on trekking across town to a museum that was closed ruined your partner's day; it's your own day and your own learning experience.

If you're a strong, energetic person who likes a lot of activity, you might enjoy a cycling trip. Backwoods offers Single + Solos Trips, no couples allowed. They have tours in the United States, Canada, Latin America, Asia and the Pacific. The cost of most 6-day tours is about $4,000. Visit

Many travel companies offer walking vacations, photography tours, entertainment for music lovers, sight-seeing tours and experiences in foreign countries.

Just open your browser and see what travel destination and activity choices you have.

Then indulge yourself.

If you just want to rest and take a break from the daily grind, check into a hotel in a not-too-distant city. Sleep late in the morning and take advantage of the many hotel facilities, like the gym. You can get a massage, dine out, order room service, visit the club room in the evening or just relax and watch television. When you're rested, you can just go home or decide to visit friends in another city.

Always put safety first. Lock your hotel room and car doors. If you're with a tour, walk the streets with group members. Solo walkers are advised to blend in with others on city streets.

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