Does Road Scholar make single travelers feel included?
I've been on 8 RS trips with my sister. There have always been solo travelers (usually women but not always). The group (including us) always tried to include them, hiking with them, asking them to sit at the table, etc. Because of that I feel confident that my first solo trip (beginning in December) will go well. I am doing the Adventures Afloat Grand Odyssey (140 days!!!!!). It will be an interesting variant on my usual RS trip, there will be people on for the entire voyage, people on for individual portions, people on the VTA ship but not RS for the whole trip, or for individual legs. Also there are a significant number of single cabins, so I'm assuming there will be many solo travelers. Nothing like diving into the deep end with solo travel!