When, where, how and with whom you book your flights all contribute to the price you pay. Here’s how to get the best deal on flights.
Solo aboard The Ghan, your only responsibilities will be gazing at the stunning landscape, enjoying local food & wine, and relaxing in your single cabin.
A repositioning cruise can be a great deal. They are also different than most cruises and can be hard to find. Here’s what you need to know and how to book.
The holiday season is coming and the airports will be getting very busy. Here are some tips to help you get through security fast
The desire is great but you have no money to travel. What to Do? Here’s how to think it through and links to 16 posts for greater detail.
It’s time to don your sweater with the leather elbow patches, travel to Ireland, and revel in the past and present of literary Dublin.
It may be a problem but it can be an opportunity to make some fast cash. Here are 10 tips on how to make money by being bumped from an overbooked flight.
This list may inspire a gift for a traveler you know. Or share it with family/friends and point out something you’d like. Or how about a gift to yourself!
I like to keep travel simple and the experience rich. Here are my go-to travel apps that save money and make travel easier.
You, solo traveler, are unique. You’re part of a community of adventurous people who travel alone. Here are solo travel products just for you.
Credit card points are an important part of my financial picture for travel. Here’s a new app for Canadians that helps monitor and manage points better.
Planning to travel? Want to save on accommodation? Want to have someone care for your house while you’re gone? Here’s how to make house sitting work for you.
Solo travel is most definitely for boomers. A myriad of new experiences await. Here’s why, where and how to travel solo as a boomer.
Wondering where to stay in London? From luxury to mid-priced to budget accommodation here are recommended hotels, B&Bs and hostels for London.
So you’re planning to travel alone. Here are the keys to great solo travel trip planning plus plenty of convenient resources.
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.
Why spend your money on the boring, tedious part of travel – the airport. Here are 6 ways to save at the airport so you have more to spend on real travel!
You don’t have to eat alone when you travel solo. Dinner can be a social and fun. Here are five ways solo travelers can meet and dine with others.
London and New York City are leading the way in single hotel rooms for solo travelers. They are designing hotel experiences worthy of those of us who travel alone.
You could fill a book with solo travel tips. In fact I have written that book. But here, free, are some of my top tips to help you travel alone and love it.