“50 Years of Solo Travel-A Definitive Guide”, only available at Amazon.com I began solo travel as a young student. After five decades, I have covered at years’ end 71 countries and all 50 US states. If experience is the best teacher, I have the equivalent of a PHD in travel mishaps. I have: Arrived at my destination to find an unpublicized serious epidemic. Traveled to 5 countries in 18 hours after a flight cancellation abroad. Navigated low-grade civil wars and been assigned a security guard overnight. Became so sick I thought the overhead light was the sun rising over the Nile. Was robbed by an enterprising ban in broad daylight boarding a train. The good news is that I have come through it all without a serious illness and with an encyclopedia full of “trips of a lifetime” and tips to save you from hassles both while you plan your next solo travel and when you land abroad. Take the journey with us through our “50 Years of Solo Travel” to explore the more than 200 countries the world has to offer. 50 Years of Solo Travel-A Definitive Guide: Identifying the Problems: Whether you are new to solo travel or a long-time veteran, we can help you see that your next trip is your best one yet. Have you ever found that just planning your next trip abroad left you almost too exhausted to go? Have you run into so many road blocks while on travel you wondered how you were ever going to leave home again? If you add to the mix, going it alone with no “wing man”, you may find you have more questions than answers. Stumbling blocks that can wreak havoc in the midst of your trip of a lifetime: Missed/cancelled flights Lodging issues from overbooking to property’s closing Theft or loss of credit cards and cash Civil disturbance or serious health risk at your destination Illness/injury while abroad 50 Years of Solo Travel-A Definitive Guide: Finding the Solutions: To save and savor on solo travel, see our more than 250+ tips on topics such as: Picking the right destination. Wrestling your budget to the ground. Packing to avoid fees and look your best. (My own goal: Take just one carry-on bag for 17 days.) Understanding current security restrictions and regulations, such as visas. Avoiding legal problems while abroad. Protecting yourself with the right travel insurance. Staying safe(r) in turbulent times. Finding creative ways to save once you leave home. Going alone without “going it alone”. Make it easy for yourself! Click the above link and for a nominal fee of $4.49 learn from my past mistakes. Put the fun back in solo travel.