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  1. nikki
    May 23, 2019 @ 1:53 am

    Travelling alone sounds super exciting. I WILL do it one day. I do know a lot of solo female travellers. For me it is the safety concern being a woman that makes me hesitate. Tends to make us targets for more then just theft. We also tend to have less rights in certain countries that make it slightly more difficult.
    The fact that I am aware of these things heightens the fear in me also. It might stop me traveling to those certain countries alone but it wont stop me going to other areas solo.

    I think it comes down to being aware and doing the research and having common sense
    Your blog is good reassurance ?

    • Filip Moody
      May 23, 2019 @ 7:34 pm

      Nikki! Thanks so much for your words and sharing yours thoughts. Just realized about your comment. Yes, I agree, not everywhere is super safe, that’s why it’s good to hear the experiences from others. For example in my last trip in Greece, I met a guy from Tunisia. From a long time ago I want to visit that country, but I had heard that’s a bit unstable politically or unsafe.. He told me that is not true, and talked me about a lot of amaaaaazing places and things to do. I already got excited and I just want to visit. Very soon I will write about how to plan your first solo trip and how to start from “easy” places to “upgrade” to new levels of difficulty (like a game ;P)

      A big hug and thanks for the support again :*

  2. Miha Ella
    May 23, 2019 @ 7:10 pm

    I love the fact that you managed to write in both languages. I used to do that in the beginning when i first started my blog but I found it energy consuming. Keep it up

    • Filip Moody
      May 23, 2019 @ 7:23 pm

      Yes! It’s a lot for energy consuming! But I also want my family can read it and reaching more people. Will try to keep it up, y gracias por visitar! 🙂

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