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Old 04-17-03, 07:16 AM
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hey Spence,

i assume you're meaning from what others have said...

but what i think is the best is to try and find some partners and maybe plan together and see if it works, but be prepared and independent enough to go it alone.

a solo trip can be fun, but generally for most people (with a matching partner) it is better with someone else - it's also easier with stuff like breakdowns and repairs and not getting lost and all that since you can share decisions and have a back-up...

in general most cycle tourists are pretty interesting and nice people...

or think of it as planning your solo trip where you will also travel along with some other solo travellers...
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