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Solo travel: 10 tips for your trip alone

Amanda has traveled alone in El Salvador. Read her 10 tips for solo travel.
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Solo travel: 10 tips for your trip alone is written by Amanda Rico Abildskov.

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Solo travel in the sensible way

When I told my friends and family that I had decided to travel alone to Central America and that I had booked my ticket to El Salvador, so most of the reactions were, "Well, isn't that dangerous?"

And then came the worries and speculations. Not my own, but my surroundings. Because it can be dangerous in El Salvador and especially in the capital - depending on which urban area you are in. But there is no more dangerous than so many other places, and whether you travel alone or with others, you have to to use his common sense.

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About the travel writer

Amanda Rico Abildskov

Amanda runs her own travel-related business Homepage and Facebook page. She is half Danish and half Spanish and grew up in an Andalusian village. She travels to Spain several times a year both on family visits but also to explore new exciting places. She is a trained tour guide and has worked in Spain, Turkey and Thailand.

Most of Amanda's travels go to the Spanish-speaking countries, and she has, among other things. been backpacking in Costa Rica, Cuba and Mexico. Amanda is, in addition to a tour guide, a trained school teacher and musician. Her approach to local life is often music, snorkeling and diving or mountain biking. She will be in Central America as well as South America until the end of 2019.

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