How Did You Get Started Traveling? When I was in school, I would see my friends being toured by their parents to different continents. Their traveling experiences caught my fancy, and, I too, decided to travel and create experiences for myself. My first solo travel was when I was 19 and I decided to … [Read more…]
If spending the year 2015 living in the rainforest of Costa Rica has taught me one thing about myself, it’s that I am a city girl at heart. (Though I can assure you the complete list of lessons I’ve learned in this jungle runs far and wide). Yes, my daily walks in the mountains under … [Read more…]
Don’t Stop Believing! In today’s Women Who Travel Solo, Charlotte Beeby, a Kiwi living in the United Kingdom, recounts her favorite stories from her solo trip to San Francisco.
“San Francisco is known for its scenic beauty, cultural attractions, diverse communities, and world-class cuisine,” said Laurie Armstrong, Director of Media Relations for the San Francisco Travel Association. “Measuring 49 square miles, this walk-able city includes landmarks like the Golden Gate Bridge, cable cars, Alcatraz and the largest Chinatown in the United States.” During a … [Read more…]
In the nearly 26 summers I’ve visited San Francisco, I’ve never seen a day quite as sunny as the recent one in September when my grandma and I drove to the city to do some sightseeing. It’s even more distinguishable to add that my grandma, a resident of the Bay Area for more than 50 … [Read more…]
If you are a diligent reader of my blog then you already know that I am a massive fan of the San Francisco Giants. I’m talking a Posey-cheering, jersey-wearing, not-ashamed-to-admit I sat solo on the couch the entire month of October in 2012 to watch my team win the World Series kind of a fan. … [Read more…]