June’s Fave Five – July’s theme
The months fly by. It is yet again time to look back and see what caught your eye on Solo Traveler last month. Maybe you read them all. Maybe you missed some. Have a look. The first one surprised me.
A great draw to Vancouver for solo travelers this spring/summer is the Vancouver Draw Down 2011. It’s a fun, social way of doing art and a great activity for those who travel alone.
I spent last week touring the Bay of Fundy. It’s perfect for solo travelers. There is so much to do. Here are the top themes to help you plan your trip.
The food. The food of Jordan was wonderful. I only hope that the photos in this post gives you a sense of just how wonderful.
Going to a men’s coffee shop in the Middle East is not recommended for every solo traveler but, under special circumstances, it worked for me.
June’s theme was Epic Trips. Have you not heard of the Mongol Rally? This is epic. Have a read.
And the theme on Solo Traveler in July is… Blurred Borders
I did a lot of the writing for The Solo Traveler’s Handbook in a downtown Toronto coffee shop. Wow, what a multicultural city I live in. This is where the idea for Blurred Borders came from. I see Canada around the world as I travel and I see the world in Canada. Watch for the posts.