In India it is a common thing when you/Female or Male asked for solo trip....
They agree 70% when men asks
They agree 50% when women asks
but they won't show like that they behave like don't go n they may hurt your feelings towards your trip.cuz they knw your confidence levels and all.
if you're like a Tomboi or they have trust that u will face Any kind of prblm they will agree but that not easily.
you have to request and prove yourself before them.
I come from a generation where the word solo travel word was never heard. It was either travelling with family or school picnic. When my children asked me about solo travel, my reaction was cool with a thumbs up, though I couldn’t ignore the thud within my heart and mind portraying words like “safety” “carefulness” and more. Solo travel is not travelling alone, it is more of learning about situations, enjoying what you like, finding ways for a great life ahead and above all being in the me time-my space which is an important part of life.
I started by taking my mom out with me, we travelled together and even experienced staying in hostels. She had never done this and so she loved the idea of meeting fellow travelers, sharing stories and experiences. All it took was one trip to show her how liberating and empowering it can be. It took some explaining and convincing after this to get the permission to travel solo. I hope you too get to travel solo this year! All the best :)
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