As a solo traveler, sometimes you have to step outside yourself, to push your boundaries. And sometimes, the result is a beautiful moment.
Grenada, the Isle of Spice, presents many interesting taste experiences for the solo traveler, from fancy cocktails to tasty seafood to homey chocolate cake.
The joy of connecting with locals eluded this traveler going solo in Prague – until she got into the kitchen and chopped the tail off a fish.
Do you ever dream of the trips that you would like to take? The places you’d like to see, the foods and wines you’d like to taste? Our food and wine editor shares her top three culinary solo travels.
Chasing the perfect wine as you travel solo? Here are some tips for tours and tastings.
A burger joint in a fancy hotel. Food trucks under the Brooklyn Bridge. A restaurant requiring reservations a month in advance… Here are five great, fairly inexpensive, NYC food finds.
What would entice you to eat a Pig’s Blood Popsicle? What would entice you to eat a Pig’s Blood Popsicle? There was a time when I would have answered, “nothing.” Then I went to the NYC Food Film Festival.
Our senses can transport us through time and space. Two years ago, Tracey traveled to Spain where she discovered a wonderful celebratory wine. Last week, she was transported back there when that same wine was handed to her at a garden party in Canada.
Cooking in Barcelona: taking a cooking class while traveling solo yields more than just new recipes.
Here’s how Tracey, our food and wine editor, plans her solo travels to savor the best of what her destinations have to offer.
How exciting!!! We now have a food and wine columnist on Solo Traveler. In this post I’ll introduce you to Tracey and she’ll introduce you to the best pizza she ever had — and, dining solo on a budget in London. Enjoy!