Note: The Following is a guest post by Lea Ann Christenson If someone would have told me five years ago I would one day travel abroad solo, let alone to a place as far and exotic as Japan, I would have thought they were crazy. However, in recent years I’ve found myself traveling solo more … [Read more…]
The adult years of my life thus far have – like the title of this blog – been marked by a sense of rambling. Like a scrappy turtle I’ve shuffled around the country and the globe with my belongs on my back, resting my shell in such varied places as Maryland, Florida, Spain, Costa Rica and California. With all this … [Read more…]
From Brome to Sydney to Melbourne, Michela of Rocky Travel shares her tips for solo travel in Australia in today’s Women Who Travel Solo.
From up-close encounters with elephants, to majestic beaches and culture, Leonie of Lo On The Go discovers the best of solo travel in Thailand in today’s Women Who Travel Solo.
Driven by her love for mountain gorillas, Amalia Celeste Fernand journeys to Uganda and connects with scenery, landscape and culture in today’s Women Who Travel Solo.
There’s no denying the world feels like a really scary place right now. Really scary. I don’t want to use this space to discuss the details of the recent tragic news stories – there’s enough people writing about these topics out there who are far more qualified to do so than I – instead, I want … [Read more…]
Cheerio! Tracy Bailey, a mom and wife from Chattanooga, Tennessee mixes up her travel style and takes a solo trip to London in this week’s Women Who Travel Solo.
Straddling Argentina and Chile, Patagonia is a picturesque land of mountain ranges and glacial fjords that sweeps across the southernmost portion of South America. Follow along Brittany from Boston on her adventures with solo travel in Patagonia in today’s Women Who Travel Solo.
Explore Sweden’s stunning capital city on a solo trip to Stockholm with Petite Adventures in this week’s Women Who Travel Solo.
A solo trip to Bosnia and Herzegovina, a country still healing from a violent civil war, invigorates and inspires Lydia Klemensowicz in this week’s Women Who Travel Solo.