London and the Lake District with a short stay in Bath – one of my favorite trips. Here’s 12-day itinerary suitable for novice and experienced travelers.
The balance between protecting your money and saving your money can be tricky. Here are tips on your decision to buy, or not buy, trip insurance.
Encountering different cultures is an exciting aspect of travel. However, sometimes we see or hear things that are intolerable. What do we do then?
An epic train journey from Chicago to New Orleans. This Blues Highway Itinerary is complete with where to stay, what to do and where to find the best music.
Oh, it’s a tangled web that international financial institutions weave. Here’s to untangling it with a simple answer to save you money.
Confidence is a traveler’s armor. But, what if you’re not naturally so? Here’s how to look confident for solo travel safety.
Sickness and solo travel do not go together well. Here’s how to prevent being sick as you travel and what to do if you do get sick.
I’ve long wondered about the best way to book tickets for train travel in Europe. Here are the answers from the man who knows train travel best.
Here’s how to plan a road trip in a foreign county. In this example the countries are Slovenia, Croatia and Italy – a circular trip around the Adriatic Sea.
Three travelers with very different needs. Here I dig into Solo Traveler to offer travel support for long term travel, city travel and family travel too.
Here’s why you want a VPN for travel, what to look for in a VPN service and an easy guide to setting up a VPN on your phone, computer or tablet.
We’re wildly excited to announce the first annual Solo Travel Awards sponsored by us and World Nomads. Nominations are open.
Toronto is a big city and can be expensive. But it doesn’t have to be. Here are our tips for free and low cost things to do in Toronto.
No matter how wonderful travel is, travel fatigue can set in. Here are lots of ideas to help road-weary travelers overcome the problem.
The Great Trail across Canada is 91% complete. Within months you should be able to hike/canoe all across Canada. Here’s how and my experience.
Here’s what solo travelers should look for in travel insurance including the one benefit that’s most important for those of us who travel alone.
Here’s some inspiration for great summer solo travel in Europe and North America plus links to information you need to bring it all together.
Here’s proof that you can travel alone without being lonely. Truly, solo travel may be the most social kind of travel there is.
Solo travel safety is the #1 priority when you travel alone. These 5 basic principles and your own personal rules and you should have it covered.
A solo weekend getaway may be just what you need. But what makes a great destination. Here’s what to consider and some ideas on where to go.