Planning a solo vacation?
Chances are you’re Irish.


According to research on Google, more people from Ireland search for solo vacation information than from any other country. In fact, North America falls behind Ireland, the United Kingdom and Australia when it comes to their interest in a solo vacation. Canadians are just a smidge ahead of Americans on the list.

Solo Travel as a Spiritual Journey

It doesn’t interest me what you do for a living. I want to know what you ache for and if you dare to dream of meeting your heart’s longing.  From The Invitation by Oriah Mountain Dreamer These words by Oriah Mountain Dreamer speak to the essence of what both she and Ainslie MacLeod shared in […]

Solo Walking: Slow down and enjoy


A walking holiday is an opportunity to slow down and explore paths less traveled. It’s a chance to enjoy sights, sounds and smells that you would otherwise miss.  It offers time to relax, think and ponder on a journey that can be as spiritual as it is physical. There are many people who are avid […]

The Solo Curmudgeon – 10 ways to find solitude.

A curmudgeon– a grouch, whiner, malcontent —  wouldn’t normally head out solo to explore the world and all it’s wonders. Such people are more inclined to stay at home determined to avoid social interaction. As a solo traveler, this is definitely not you. Or is it? Maybe, on occasion, we are all curmudgeons on the […]

No Single Supplement!


POST UPDATE – Visit Solo Travel Deals page Since writing this post I have added a deals page to this blog with travel opportunities that have no single supplement. I have a google alert looking for such deals and every time I find one I add it to the list. Please have a look. Hopefully […]

Top Ten Reasons You Love to Travel Solo.


Traveling solo is a very different experience than traveling with companions, family or tours. But how is it different. In what ways can it be better. I surveyed over fifty solo travel enthusiasts and here’s what they had to say.

The Fore-story


So the idea stuck.  While I will continue my work as a freelance copy and content writer, I am dedicating personal time to the Solo Travel Blog and the Solo Travel Society. I’m feeding my passion. In the Solo Travel Blog you’ll get safety tips, skills, neat uses of technology, travel stories… from the  basic […]

The Back-story


So why a blog on solo travel? Well, it’s personal but here goes. Just over two years ago my husband died. The years leading up to his death were very difficult. The last really good year we had together we spent traveling Europe while homeschooling our youngest. We bopped from country to country in a […]