Solo travelers are a rare bunch. We’re fun, determined, ready to roll with the punches, and when it’s all said and done: we’re confident!
Today’s post is all about what to do when you “accidentally” end up traveling solo, but first things first: I’m going to be on a podcast today!
Any hobby or profession requires some skill, and travel is no different! There are certain skills you just need to have to travel safely and well, and you’ll definitely need all of these if you’re traveling solo.
I’ve written about solo travel plenty of times, but often I think it helps to know what to expect when you travel. So I came up with this quick list for just what to expect when you strike out on your first solo trip!
Solo travel is one of the most rewarding ways to travel. But I’ll be completely honest with you: it can be kind of hard! But with a few tricks and hacks, you, too can travel solo like a pro!
Whether you’re a single lady, a mom who wants a getaway, or a grandmother who’s always wanted to travel but never thought you could, you are never too young, too busy, or too old to take that first solo trip!
I’m about to make some “travelers” very mad. As a travel blogger, I try to read other travel blogs to keep up-to-date and perhaps find some travel tips or inspiration. But lately I’ve read more and more articles that attempt to “tourist shame.”
There was always someone there willing to help me when I got lost, and I actually figured out a lot of things on my own, giving me confidence I didn’t know I had within me! Here are five ways solo travel can be the absolute best.
Solo travelers have a problem that other travelers don’t have to worry about: the “naysayers.” These are the people who automatically think you “can’t” travel solo. “It’s lonely,” they say. “It’s too dangerous,” they say. “It’s irresponsible,” they say. Well, I know they’re wrong!
Sometimes we learn from mistakes better than we learn from what we’ve done right. So this week, here are some solo travel mistakes and mishaps that I made so you don’t have to!