“The woman who follows the crowd will usually go no further than the crowd. The woman who walks alone is likely to find herself in places no one has ever been before.”
It’s scary and intense but worth the struggle to discover the colorful world of complex culture, harmful ignorance, and immense kindness that is waiting to be discovered. It’s a life changing experience to say the least, one that will leave you as a solo female feeling empowered yet disheartened, grateful yet afraid.
I have recently begun writing for a fellow traveler, a writer who has recently started a blog in order to encourage people, especially solo females, to travel and explore the world. Here is the first in a series about India that will be published periodically.
Even if you have been following my blog these articles will give you a different insight into some of my most memorable experiences, and for those of you who have recently joined me, this is an easy way to catch up!
Check it out! http://thehappypassport.com/safety-in-india/