In “Pretty Woman” the Richard Gere character admits to his anger and the time he spent with a psychiatrist. Keith took a different path: solo travel.
After breaking up with a long time boyfriend, Renee took off for a year to travel solo to heal in Australia. Her heart not only healed, it soared.
At 45, Mariellen, put everything in storage and traveled solo to India for six months. There she found a new home with warm, welcoming people.
Solo travel is great at every age. Wondering why solo travel is great for millennials? Want to know the benefits for solo travel for boomers? This free ebook explores why solo travel is great at any age. Glad You’re Not Here: A Solo Traveler’s Manifesto has been shared thousands of times. Some travelers use the book […]
Updated: April 2015 Before I launched this blog, I took a survey to find out how many friends and family travel solo, what they like and dislike about it, what tips they would offer. You can read some of their answers on a number of posts, including: Top Ten Reasons You Love to Travel Solo Travel […]
James Holman was a 19th century English Gentleman who went totally blind yet traveled around the world solo. His is a remarkable tale told by Jason Roberts. I’d like to thank Jason for giving me permission to publish this summary of A Sense of the World. You can learn more about him at his website […]
Like a kiss, the Blues can be gentle and sweet or wild and passionate. On this trip, I was kissed both ways by the Blues.
When traveling alone it takes time to settle into each new trip and each new city. Following safety principles helps get that safe and settled feeling.
Young solo travelers: what’s a parent to say when a young adult chooses to travel solo? Here are one parent’s thoughts and message to her son.