I know you’ll love the “Loves” but I hope you’ll read the “Concepts” too. I gained language at Chautauqua with which to frame my travels and my work on Solo Traveler.
Announcing a new feature on the Solo Travel Society on Facebook. Honoring those who contribute such great thoughts on same.
Inspired by KT Tunstill’s song, “Suddenly I See”, I gave it some serious thought and, finally, concluded whose face I believe “is a map of the world”.
As life changes so can the when, why and how of your travels. Here are five questions to consider.
This Earth Day has caused me to consider the carbon footprint of my travels, what I can do to improve and make a contribution that could also benefit you.
There are so many fascinating places to visit in the world. Places you’ve never considered. Wherever there are people and nature, there is something interesting to experience.
This question was asked of people of the Solo Travel Society and their answers were amazing. Have a read.
There are many reasons to travel solo. One is to grow into your own best friend.
There has been a frenzy of writing about the safety of solo travel this week. Some pro. Some con. Here’s my point of view.
With the advent of a new year I offer you three quotes by a wonderful author and three wishes from me.
I really hope that you will take a few minutes to complete this 9-question reader survey. The goal: to make Solo Traveler a better blog for those who travel alone.