Becoming a solo wanderer

Anje Rautenbach, travel Writer and blogger, Going Somewhere Slowly, reckons traveling alone is the best. She adds that traveling solo means you make the rules and put together your itinerary as you please.

Rautenbach says she's had far more deeper experiences on her solo travels and recommends documenting those special moments in a dairy.

She explains that traveling alone may be expensive but if you plan the trip independently you may save a few bucks.

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