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    I'm taking a gap year but all of my friends are either at uni or working so won't come with me.

    Anyone travelling and fancy taking a fun, blonde 19 year old with them? (Without sounding creepy!)

    If not, you think I'd be cool going alone? Parents aren't too keen for me to go on my own.

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    Try here, people just like you

    http://www.travel-buddies.com/

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    (Original post by SMEGGGY)
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    Try here, people just like you

    http://www.travel-buddies.com/

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    Cool, thanks, I'll have a look
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    If you don't find partner to travel together, you can visit Southeast Asia where you travel alone with budget. Furthermore, in Vietnam you can book free tour to travel around with student tour guides.
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    (Original post by ellajones)
    I'm taking a gap year but all of my friends are either at uni or working so won't come with me.

    Anyone travelling and fancy taking a fun, blonde 19 year old with them? (Without sounding creepy!)

    If not, you think I'd be cool going alone? Parents aren't too keen for me to go on my own.

    Suggestions?
    Where were you thinking of going?
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    I'm in exactly the same position!

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    You can take a tour if you don't have a partner for travelling. I have visited quite a few places in Southeast Asia including Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos,.. and find that this region is quite safe. Of them, Vietnam is the country having the cheapest expense. If travelling in Vietnam, you can take a tour planned by Vietnam Tour Booking.
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    I agree with Brayden Lyle, you should get a tour if you intend to travel alone, it is a safest way and your parents will not worry much about your trip.
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    (Original post by ellajones)
    I'm taking a gap year but all of my friends are either at uni or working so won't come with me.

    Anyone travelling and fancy taking a fun, blonde 19 year old with them? (Without sounding creepy!)

    If not, you think I'd be cool going alone? Parents aren't too keen for me to go on my own.

    Suggestions?
    (Original post by Waterfallgirl02)
    I'm in exactly the same position!

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    Not sure if this thread has died out but I'm in the same position as well! Planning on travelling next year, when were you both going to go?
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    2017. At the moment I am thinking of volunteering through an organisation for 6+ months
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    (Original post by ellajones)
    I'm taking a gap year but all of my friends are either at uni or working so won't come with me.

    Anyone travelling and fancy taking a fun, blonde 19 year old with them? (Without sounding creepy!)

    If not, you think I'd be cool going alone? Parents aren't too keen for me to go on my own.

    Suggestions?
    Hi Ella,

    There are lots of great tours you can take with young people like yourself, which is a great way to explore as well as make a ton of new friends.

    Did you have any ideas for destinations and particular activities/experiences you had in mind?

    Best wishes,

    Mariah
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    Hey I'm also looking to go travelling this summer for a month, but all of my friends are either in full time jobs or have no money.

    Where are you thinking of going?
 
 
 
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