Aussie woman reveals why it’s better to travel alone and single

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Aussie woman reveals why it’s better to travel alone and single – and why she doesn’t get jealous of couples on romantic getaways

An Australian influencer has revealed why she prefers to travel alone. She says visiting a foreign country without a partner makes you “hot, sexy and mysterious.”

Cassidy McGill, 27, who first rose to fame on Love Island Australia before gaining nearly 400,000 Instagram followers, has single-handedly visited cities in the UK, Italy, Greece, Spain and France.

She wrote on her Instagram Stories on Tuesday, “Being a solo female traveler is mysterious and hot and sexy.”

‘The world is your oyster. You have the opportunity to meet so many interesting people [and] experiencing beautiful cities and countries,” she added.

“Solo travel is magical and invigorating, and I tell you that once you start, you’ll feel the energy to just naturally embrace it.”

Cassidy added that she often asks strangers to take her holiday snaps because it’s a great way to meet people.

The influencer, photographed in Greece, has traveled the world on her own

The influencer, photographed in Greece, has traveled the world on her own

Cassidy, 27, who first rose to fame on Love Island Australia, has single-handedly visited cities in the UK, Italy, Greece, Spain and France.  (She is pictured here at Disneyland Paris)

Cassidy, 27, who first rose to fame on Love Island Australia, has single-handedly visited cities in the UK, Italy, Greece, Spain and France. (She is pictured here at Disneyland Paris)

It comes after Cassidy revealed she is seeing a therapist to help manage her mental health after her recent white powder scandal.

The ex-reality star said in an Instagram post on Tuesday that things had been “pretty tough” for her lately, admitting that regular therapy sessions helped her cope.

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“I’ve focused on dealing with weaknesses in my mental state that manifested themselves when I was at my lowest point,” she wrote.

Cassidy revealed in an Instagram post on Tuesday that things had been

Cassidy revealed in an Instagram post on Tuesday that things had been “pretty rough” for her following her recent white powder scandal, saying regular therapy sessions helped her cope

“I really thought my mental health was better. I’m in constant therapy to make sure I can handle it in the future,” she added.

Cassidy said she was recently targeted by hateful trolls and told them to stop.

“I’m human, I made a mistake. Choosing to harass and bully a stranger online is not kind,” she wrote.

Cassidy said she was recently targeted by hateful trolls and told them to stop

Cassidy said she was recently targeted by hateful trolls and told them to stop

Earlier this month, Cassidy apologized after an image circulated on social media of her holding a plate of white powder.

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“I made a mistake that I don’t take lightly. This behavior is not in my character and I am really sorry for letting you all down,” she said.

“I’m sorry for my friends, family, my team and the brands I represent.”

The white powder photo was accidentally uploaded to Instagram by Cassidy and was deleted shortly after.

In the image, she can be seen grinning with her mouth and eyes closed as she holds a plate that appears to have two streaks of a white substance on it, along with a bag of powder.

Fans were quick to respond to the image on social media, with one writing, “That’s just disappointing.”

The white powder photo was accidentally uploaded to Instagram by Cassidy and was deleted shortly after

The white powder photo was accidentally uploaded to Instagram by Cassidy and was deleted shortly after

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