Thousands of retirees travel to enjoy themselves, maybe follow a passion or spend money on comforts – we feel we’ve earned and/or need them. Pilgrimages to religious sites are also common but may be more a physical than spiritual journey as many routes and sites are now commercialised and crowded.
You think you are all grown up now, with no more desires for boozy holidays or trashy accommodation when you leave your front door, but there is no need to go totally nerdy and forget that you are only just above in years to that of your millennial siblings.
You won't be kidnapped or come home minus a kidney from your holiday in Asia, so put on your big girl pants, grab your bag and jump on a plane. Being a single female travelling in Asia will give you more incredible moments than frightening ones.
Dealing with medical emergencies when travelling is always a worry, but becomes much more of a concern when you are travelling solo. If you are on your own and have an accident, or fall ill, everything becomes even more overwhelming.
Planning on taking medication abroad? Drugs that are legitimate in your country may well be illegal in another, and carrying them could mean an extended and unpleasant overstay in a cell. So what is the best advice on taking medication abroad, and
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