Sarah Pollok shares her reflections on an extroverted traveller's solo trip.

Let me start by saying, I love people. I love talking to people, listening to people, spending mornings and evenings and all the time in between with people. Even solitude is better with company. And yet after a month of roaming Europe with no one but myself, I learnt a little secret: solo travel will teach you things no other kind can.

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