Solo Traveler: July’s Fave Five.
This is August’s Prize Draw Post on Solo Traveler.
To qualify, simply leave a comment below saying which of the Fave Five posts mentioned you find most interesting.
I’ll draw the winning comment using Random.org in early September.
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Here we go again. A look back at the last month and what was most popular on Solo Traveler from your point of view.
Maybe you read them all – in which case you can see whether you agree that these deserved to be the most popular. Maybe you missed some – if so, have a read because these really are pretty good.
Either way, I hope you enjoy(ed), July’s Fave Five:
Should I Stay or Should I Go
This is a story from the heart. It’s not a solo travel story but a story that explains why I travel solo. It’s a story about long term travel. My hope is that it inspires you to take the trip of your dreams.
Women Traveling Alone Part II – Great destinations
What are the best destinations for women traveling alone – especially novices? Here are my top five plus other recommendations gathered by crowdsourcing on Twitter.
Saint Petersburg Part I – 19 things not to do
While Saint Petersburg is high on my list of places to go, as guest blogger Ed Ryder shares, there are many, many precautions to take. Have a read of this fascinating post.
I Travel Solo for the Company
I often meet people as I travel but this one day on Cape Cod was better than any I have ever experienced. Meet Skip, Jeanette, Laurie, Jim and Brad.
Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor in Pictures
From sun rise to sun set, Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor offers inspiration for beautiful photographs.
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