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By: John Rowlinson - Updated: 25 Aug 2010 | comments*Discuss
 
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Travelling is often exciting, sometimes - especially if you're a business traveller - boring and, just occasionally, risky. But whether you're faced with excitement, tedium or danger, the presence of friends, family or colleagues acts as a buffer mechanism to help magnify your pleasures and insulate you from distress.

Travelling alone is different. It brings a whole host of complications with it, some of them pleasant and some of them not so pleasant. Whenever you're alone, for example, you can be sure that there will be some people who think you might not want to be.

Whether you're open to romantic attachments, or whether you're emphatically not interested in them, affects the way you approach the travel experience.

Travelling alone, you will face far greater exposure to danger than you will when travelling in a group. Our site will explore the precautions you can take, and the smart responses you can make, when confronted with possible dangers.

Naturally, lone travellers, whether male or female, can face radically different experiences in different parts of the world. As well as general tips on conduct and etiquette which are applicable anywhere, TravellingAlone will feature in-depth discussion of specific locales and the facets of the local culture which make them unique.

We really want to help spread the word and if you can help by linking to TravellingAlone then we really appreciate your help.

For a short text based link you could simply cut and paste the following code into your page:

It will appear on your page looking something like:

TravellingAlone.co.uk - keeping safe when travelling alone

Or alternatively:

Which will appear looking like:

TravellingAlone.co.uk:

Travelling is often exciting, sometimes - especially if you're a business traveller - boring and, just occasionally, risky. But whether you're faced with excitement, tedium or danger, the presence of friends, family or colleagues acts as a buffer mechanism to help magnify your pleasures and insulate you from distress.

Travelling alone is different. It brings a whole host of complications with it, some of them pleasant and some of them not so pleasant. Whenever you're alone, for example, you can be sure that there will be some people who think you might not want to be.

Whether you're open to romantic attachments, or whether you're emphatically not interested in them, affects the way you approach the travel experience.

Travelling alone, you will face far greater exposure to danger than you will when travelling in a group. Our site will explore the precautions you can take, and the smart responses you can make, when confronted with possible dangers.

Naturally, lone travellers, whether male or female, can face radically different experiences in different parts of the world. As well as general tips on conduct and etiquette which are applicable anywhere, TravellingAlone will feature in-depth discussion of specific locales and the facets of the local culture which make them unique.

If you have any questions please let us know.

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