These are not your standard hotels. These are unique and unusual places to stay. And one, well my stay was more than a little bizarre.
Men travel solo yet almost all the solo travel studies and gender specific articles focus on women. Hi five guys! Here are 10 solo travel posts by men.
Travel is a multi-sensory experience yet the visual is often considered the most important. Let’s take a moment and consider the sounds of travel.
Positive Thinking. Solo Travel. They go together. I learned a lot about positive thinking from Ron who I met at Mallory Square in Key West.
Today’s travel quote makes a case for the true object of travel being to return and see your home country as a foreign land. I’m not sure I agree.
Today’s travel quote is all about throwing yourself into the unknown, inviting disorientation and confusion as a part of the learning experience of travel.
This week’s travel quote likens traveling to flirting with life. Which begs the question, “Will you ever settle down with one destination?”
Today’s Quote of the Week from Rudyard Kipling points to the importance of using our sense of smell as we travel.
In today’s Quote of the Week we are reminded how travel can change our perspective and allow us to see ourselves as one tiny part of this incredible planet.
If the photos that we receive from solo travelers across the world are any indication, this week’s quote from Murakami is bang on: there is something irresistible about a sunset, and every one is worth seeing.
Today’s quote tackles the question of which is more enriching: education or travel.
Anita Desai, Indian writer and professor, tells us that the places we travel become a part of us in some way.
This quote from William Least Heat-Moon points out that the people we meet when we travel alone do not see our baggage, but see us as we are right now.
If you travel (and watch film) for a unique cultural experience, you really needn’t go far.
Louis L’Amour encourages us to slow down and enjoy the whole experience of traveling, not just the stops along the way.
Poems often tie up a series of life experiences in one idea. This is just as true of travel experiences and travel poems. Billy Collins offers us one here.
This quote about the importance of the journey over the destination comes to us from Ernest Hemingway, a man who knew a little something about the subject.
American author, poet, and philosopher Henry David Thoreau points out the obvious: if you’re going alone, you can go right now.
This week’s quote describes the excitement and anticipation of waking up alone in a place you’ve never been.
American writer, Wendell Berry suggests that discovering the world solo is the path to understanding that we are, in fact, not alone.