11 Products Every Solo Traveler Should Have on Hand
First thing's first: If you've never traveled solo before, get planning! There's nothing more eye-opening than discovering a new destination alone; you get to do what you want when you want, you'll meet more people, and you'll learn a whole lot about yourself in the process. Of course, whether you're just kicking off your solo travel career or you're a veteran lone globetrotter, there are some things—for safety's sake—that you'll want to have on hand. From portable power banks and eAlarms to first aid kits and anti-theft backpacks, here are 11 items to consider securing pre-vacation.
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