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I was a uni girl, I went right after graduation, so I'm 24 now.I can utnsdraend your parents being like that, mine were too. Honestly, I think you would be fine on your own. My opinion is that if you just want a relaxing holiday, it's easier with a few friends, because you won't be stressed about carrying all the decision making on your own. but you will get so much more out of it, and (ultimately) have more fungoing it alone. It's just that going alone, you will have the odd freak-out and homesick moment, that's all. the people in my hostels and tours who were with a group of friends basically met nobody outside their own little group, and I always felt that us loners (lol) were having a better time.I did a lot of stuff that I know my friends back home wouldn't have been up for and I'm glad I was alone.I don't think there's too much of a safety issue. be sensible for example, I made sure I absolutely always put my wallet away, instead of carrying it in my hand, and I put combination locks on my bag before I went out for the day so that my wallet couldn't just be snatched. to be completely honest, you will probably find you are almost never alone- there was always someone around in hostels etc to hang out with for the day/night.