An Introduction to SingleFlyer

I have been an avid reader of various travel blogs over the past few years and have found that reading about others’ experiences has helped me appreciate my own travel.

Apparently I liked traveling alone from a young age.
Apparently I liked flying alone from a young age.

Travel is not a new love; growing up the night before a trip was more exciting than the night before Christmas.  The discovery of new climates, sleeping in a hotel bed, and yes, even the joy of an airplane meal or mini bottles of shampoo.

Throughout high school and college I was fortunate enough to be able to travel domestically and internationally.  It became an addiction; I spent much of my time planning my next adventure.

A few years ago I had the urge but my usual companions were unavailable.  I decided to go it alone.  I had traveled alone before but it always scared me a bit.  Once I overcame my insecurity, I found flying solo had its own perks and could be just as enjoyable.  I still love to travel with family and friends.  However, there is something freeing about packing a bag and leaving everything else behind.

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