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6 mo solo female travel in Indochina

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I've decided to travel extensively to SEA on my own. I've not done that much traveling and nothing on my own. I have searched the web for weeks and it's daunting. I've yet to go to the library and pull the travel guides off the shelf but will. With that said, I've considered flying in to Bangkok, staying for a week or so and researching tours, etc when I arrive and make my decisions as I go along. I'm a 60's solo female. I'm active but I do not want to be backpacking. I want to be a "traveler not a tourist"! Price ranges per day have been all over. I'm also wondering if there are respectable tour companies and if so which ones? I'm so excited! Any advice is appreciated.

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