Tuesday July 14, 2020

Travelling alone this summer? There’s an app for that

Four apps that will help you feel more sure-footed abroad

28th May, 2017
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Detour was launched in 2015

No matter how much you do it, solo travel can be intimidating. It’s perfectly natural to be nervous about dropping into a new place on your own, whether you dread getting lost, feeling lonely, or just not knowing what to do when you’re eating dinner alone. But don’t order that room service cheeseburger – download these four apps, which will help you feel more sure-footed abroad. Even if you’ve started your trip alone, you may...

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