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In today’s Travel Quote of the Week, Hans Christian Andersen, author of fairy tales and travelogues, tells us that to travel is to live. Indeed.
Single supplement waived – that’s what solo travelers are looking for. After all, who wants to pay for someone else when you’re traveling alone.
For an out-of-this-world experience, this Solo Travel Society member recommends visiting the Danakil Depression, one of the hottest places on earth,
Janice ponders a scene in Bologna, Italy that made her think of The Thinker by Rodin.
Six years on I have a few thoughts about solo travel to share. Thoughts about this blog, Solo Traveler, and thoughts about the meaning of travel.
Today’s Travel Quote of the Week comes from four-year-old Hazel who lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. There is so much to learn from a child.
I love surprises as I travel. Visiting Miniatur Wunderland (famous for its railways and airport) in Hamburg I found 7 fascinating dioramas of the fall of Berlin Wall.
This Solo Travel Society member says that nothing can prepare you for your first sighting of the Treasury in Petra, Jordan.
A Solo Travel Society member goes inside the Drach Caves on the island of Majorca, Spain to bring us this great Pic of the Week.