Footloose and Fancy-free: Lessons from an Indian solo female traveler

I was a little bit of an anomaly and never realised it. I should have read the signs: the stares every time I boarded a long-distance train with no one in tow, the suspicious raise of an eyebrow when I checked into a hotel alone, the extra set of questions to really find out where my family/husband/friends were.

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