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Selfie Portraits.

I traveled to Oahu solo once, and it was probably my second best trip there. My last solo trip was a little different. After much debate and hesitation, I booked a flight to Kauai. Although it’s still Hawaii, it’s one of their more rural islands with less tourists and city life so I envisioned myself stranded on a dirt road with a dead cell phone and no gas. Paranoid much? Always.

Not that I thought Kauai was riddled with crime, I’m just a Virgo and worrying is what we do. I wondered if I would get lost. If I would get robbed. If I would get raped. If I would fall off a cliff hiking. But most of all, I wondered WHO THE HELL WAS GOING TO TAKE MY PICTURES? 

Thus, I made a few purchases and borrowed a few devices from friends to make sure I had all my solo “Do it For the ‘Gram” necessities. Click after the jump to make sure your next solo trip will never look like one.


                                                         Car charger: Everyone should have one of these on or off vacation right? It comes in




Portable charger: It might seem a bit much to carry around both a car charger AND a portable charger, but trust me you won’t regret it. Especially if you have a bunk phone like mine that is nearing the end of it’s time and goes from 30% to 5% in a single text message. And if I wasn’t traveling by myself, I wouldn’t have cared. I bought this one specifically after Steph recommended it saying it charges your phone up to three times before having to charge the actual battery back. Buy yours HERE.



And the results?


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