Yes, I’m planning a trip to Ireland. Here’s why and here’s the basic layout of my 10 day journey.
These travel essentials make travel easier and safer. In my opinion they are not optional but necessary. Fortunately, they are also cheap, free or better than free!
Sometimes travel isn’t just vacation, but a combination of business and pleasure. Here are 5 tips to make the most of solo bleisure travel.
I’m frequently asked: Do I need travel insurance? My answer is yes. But I also offer you the thoughts of 6 bloggers from 6 different countries.
It’s that time of year. We’re once again updating the Solo Traveler Accommodation Guide and we’d love your input. Plus, we have news! Read on.
No credit cards? No problem. Here’s how to travel without a credit card and, bonus, it will help you stay within your budget.
I asked the Solo Travel Society: What is the hardest part of traveling solo? Here’s what they had to say, along with tips for dealing with the tough stuff.
Making a travel budget mistake can affect your future travel plans. Here’s how to avoid money mistakes so that you can travel more.
A solo traveler journeys from Australia to New Orleans. Solo at Mardi Gras, he enjoys the parades, the music, the costumes-and ends up live on stage!
A solo road trip may sound challenging to some but here’s why you can do it, why you would want to and the tips and links you need to make it safe.
The sharing economy for travel is alive and well and helping travelers save money. Here’s an introduction to what it is and the major players.
Australians are serious about their coffee. In Sydney I learned how to find the best coffee just about anywhere in the world.
The solo surcharge on some trips, cruises and resorts can be a big financial hit. Here’s how to book trips with no single supplement.
Some people travel simply to explore away from home. Others have a very specific travel passion. Here are destination recommendations based on those.
The warning signs are there but what do you do about them? Here are 10 ways to protect yourself from pickpockets.
For the solo travel introvert, heading out on your own can be a little intimidating. Here are some tips to help you break out and have a great solo trip.
Whether you’re a beginner or experienced, young or (shall we say) older, solo surfing, especially at a surfcamp can make for great travel.
Ok. So you don’t want to cheap out on your accommodation but you want a great deal. Here are 10 tips to help you save on hotels.
Whether you are looking for time to yourself or a highly social experience, you can enjoy the best of both worlds going solo on a river cruise.
We’re starting a 3-part series on the big 3 of travel expenses: transportation, accommodation and food. This time how to travel, eat well and save on food.