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Recommended: Travel solo for pure, childlike fun.

When was the last time you had fun like a kid. You laughed for pure physical fun not intellectual funny. Please have a read. Continue reading

Money and Travel: when to make and when to break the budget

Money. Here's an interpretation of money that could help you travel more. Continue reading

Pic of the Week: Breakfast With A View In Ella


The Serene View from a Guesthouse in Ella


This week’s pic was taken by… Continue reading

Solo Traveler Fave Five and the Theme for March

Find out what what you missed last month - the most popular posts on Solo Traveler - and what to look forward to this month. Here's a hint; it's all about money and how to travel more. Continue reading

Recommended: Travel solo to Santiago, Chile

I haven't written "Recommended" destination post for a while but Santiago, Chile has inspired me. Here you go... Continue reading

Slip into the Scene Solo: Bars, restaurants, festivals…

Tired of solo evenings reading or watching TV? Here are some great choices for venturing out and tips on how do so safely. Continue reading

It’s a funny thing… flying.

This is one of those posts that has a little in it for me, a little in it for you and a lot for a good cause. Continue reading

The Romance of the Solo Traveler: thank you Lord Byron?

A puzzle for you to help me solve. I would really like your opinion on this. Where does the romance of the solo traveler originate? Continue reading

Pic of the Week: Morning Sky in Patagonia

This week's pic of the gorgeous morning sky in Patagonia was taken from the interesting perspective of the inside of our solo traveler's tent. Continue reading

Solo Travel In Thailand: Kanchanaburi

Kanchanaburi, Thailand: home of the Bridge Over the River Kwai. Tourists flock to the bridge, but our solo traveler finds other interesting things to do. Continue reading

How to Travel Solo to Patagonia: Top 10 Tips

Patagonia is a wonderful destination but it's hard to find information on how to do it. Here are 10 tips covering how to get there, how much money to carry, accommodation, hiking paths and more. Continue reading

Cities of Light: A Menage a Trois

First love. Last love. This compelling story of people and place is another within our theme of Romance on the Road. Continue reading

Pic of the Week: Ponte di Rialto, Venice

A Solo Travel Society member captured a lovely shot of gondolas passing under the Ponte di Rialto in Venice, Italy. Very romantic! Continue reading

Rules for Romance (read Sex) on the Road

Temptation! Yes, it can be tempting sometimes to get involved with someone when traveling. Here are a few things you should think about before you do. Continue reading

When your holiday hits the rocks –
Or, the crash of the Navimag

I stuffed my passport into my clothes so that my body could be identified. Truly, At that moment we thought we were manning lifeboats in the ocean. We were fortunate. Continue reading

A Couple Takes Solo Time to Keep the Romance Alive

If you're traveling together full time, how do you keep the romance a live? By taking a solo break now and then. Here's a take on this topic by Deb of thePlanetD. Continue reading

Pic of the Week: El Tatio

As the sun rises over the Andes, steam billows from the geysers of El Tatio in northern Chile. Continue reading

Cheap Holidays = More Holidays

Sometimes, a deal is about more than saving money. It's about rich experiences - and the prospect of more travel. Continue reading

Travel Alone but Not Lonely – the pictures

This was one of the most social, lively, solo trips I've ever taken. Here are just a few of the amazing people who made this trip so great! Continue reading

Romantic Destinations for Solo Travelers

Looking for a little romance? The kind a solo traveler can enjoy? Here you go. Four wonderful and romantic destinations without couples hanging off each other. Continue reading

About Janice Waugh and Tracey Nesbitt

Screen Shot 2014-07-30 at 8.52.44 PMI'm an author, blogger, speaker and traveler. I became a widow and empty-nester at about the same time. And then, I became Solo Traveler... Here's the full story. >>
Tracey NesbittI’m a writer, editor, food and wine fanatic, and traveler. On my very first trip abroad I learned that solo travel was for me. Here's the full story. >>

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