Sometimes, a deal is about more than saving money. It’s about rich experiences – and the prospect of more travel.
Money, insurance and documents – not the sexiest part of travel so this post is to the point and relatively painless.
Tis the season for gift giving. Here are some of my top travel gift picks.
Sandy experiences the joy of solo travel after her kids are grown, and discovers that she enjoys the excitement, the freedom…and her own company.
Life is not lived on “if only”s and “what if”s. Here are 7 steps to put the conditional tense aside and travel in the near future. Don’t miss the moment.
Chasing the perfect wine as you travel solo? Here are some tips for tours and tastings.
Muscle memory. It’s our natural ability to do without thinking that which we’ve learned well. You have the muscle memory for solo travel.
Couchsurfing out of the question? Maybe not, if you follow tips from an experienced couch surfer.
The WTC Tribute Center in New York City memorializes the events of 9/11. It’s a beautiful museum and well worth the visit.
The beauty of the Appalachian Trail and the pleasure of extended time alone – that’s what solo backpacking offers. Here, Erika shares her joy and tips about hiking alone.
This post is an ode to the Pashmina – obviously written for the women reading Solo Traveler. It is the third item on guest blogger Teri’s packing list. Please read to the end for a rather unusual use for this versatile scarf.