7 Miseries of Solo Travel

<p><strong>1. Table For One&nbsp;</strong></p>

<p>Experiencing that awkward moment of hearing&nbsp;the waiter shout&nbsp;across the restaurant:&nbsp;&quot;Table for one!&quot; &nbsp;</p>

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<p><strong>2. Too Much Food</strong></p>

<p>When you want to try different dishes, but cannot afford to order as many as you want to as there is no one else to share them with.&nbsp;</p>

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<p><strong>3. Taking Photographs</strong></p>

<p>A cure for the problem of being #foreveralone? A selfie&nbsp;stick.&nbsp;</p>

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<p><strong>4. When you fall sick,&nbsp;you will not have any travel companions to look after you.&nbsp;</strong></p>

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<p><strong>5. Having a random, homeless passer-by hit on you.</strong></p>

<p>&quot;No I&rsquo;m not interested -&nbsp;I'd like&nbsp;to read my map in peace.&quot;</p>

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<p><strong>6. Taking&nbsp;a solitary walk back to your hostel, filled with fears of getting mugged. Or knocked out, and left for dead by the roadside. Or being butchered up.&nbsp;</strong></p>

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<p><strong>7. At the end of the day,&nbsp;you come to the realisation that you do not have anyone to share your highlights of the day with.&nbsp;</strong></p>

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