A tale of two hostels and two cities. From my London-Paris trip, here’s Part II of my hostel experience.
A poem about solitude and peace and my wish for you this holiday season.
Let’s cover the basics of how to travel solo with these answers to common questions plus links to lots of posts.
Traveling during the holiday season can be hectic and stressful. A little planning can help. Here are 8 tips to make security at the airport easier.
In this year’s Reader Survey you told me that money is the number one reason you don’t travel more. Here’s how I use points to stretch my travel dollars.
Hostels are not just for the young. Here’s the first of two posts about my hostel experience and how to make the expensive cities of London and Paris affordable.
Solo travel and photo safaris – for long-time reader Susan Portnoy, this is a perfect mix. Have a read…
Want to travel solo to Italy? May I suggest Bologna and Emilia Romagna. Here are 32 tips to make your travels great.
It’s time to make your solo travel plans for the holidays. Here are my tips plus many that I crowdsourced from other bloggers.
The third in our Travel Technology series. This time, how to make cheap calls home when traveling.
Solo travelers can experience more stress because they are totally responsible for every detail of their trip. Here are 10 tactics to lower the stress of transitions and enjoy.
For solo campers, does it really make a difference whether you’re in a tent or RV? Here’s my pros and cons list and my conclusion.
Traveling solo with disabilities requires special attention to personal needs and the travel companies you’ll use – but it can be done. Here’s some advice from experts.
This is in response to a reader’s email. Another curly haired girl, she was looking for hair product and packing tips. Here they are…
The balance between my means and my desire to travel always tips to the side of travel. My “means” means money and not having enough for my travels can cause stress. Here’s how I cope.
Ah, the open road. Taking a long road trip is fun but doing so alone requires a bit of planning. Here are the tips you need to know.
With only an afternoon to wander, this Solo Travel Society member enjoyed walking around Philipsburg and people watching on the boardwalk.
Buyer’s remorse be gone. Here’s why I’m confident that my travel camera was a good choice.
Wine is inherently social, so wine bars are a great place for solo travelers. Here are some fantastic options in Toronto.
Accessing files when on the road. Backing up photos so that even if all your technology fails you haven’t lost your precious photos. This is what this post is about.