For the second week in a row, my poetry post is a poem named “The Journey”. It offers a very definite solo point of view.
Today’s travel-poetry mashup is “The Journey” by Mary Oliver. It offer a very definite a solo point of view.
I can’t believe it’s been three years already since starting Solo Traveler. Here’s a look at how it’s changed my life. Solo Traveler then and now.
Entertaining and thought provoking – Rick Steves explores the wonder of travel and the relevance it has to home.
With wit and irony, this poem encourages us to appreciate our time not traveling as much as our time traveling.
A different kind of post – sharing with you this wonderful poem by Rudyard Kipling.
Sometimes traveling is all about you. Sometimes it’s about learning how to help others.
Let your heart beat loudly. Live life large. Lessons from people who defy time and expectations.
Imagine the world if… That’s what John Lennon dreamed about. And then three travelers riffed on his dream…
Focus on your strengths and you can achieve amazing things.
Travel. Hard work? Really? Why even bring this up? Well, there’s a very good reason.
Pondering about the meaning of traveling solo while preparing my Thanksgiving Turkey.
Is solo travel selfish? It’s been suggested on occasion so I decided to address it head on – with the help of 16 members of the Solo Travel Society on Facebook.
Every year I travel the world through films I see at the Toronto International Film Festival. – then I review the films for you. Here are the first eight from this year’s festival.
With the help of the Solo Travel Society, here’s a wonderful treasury of words for which there are no true equivalent in English.
People assume that I’m an extrovert. I’m not. Here’s how I grew into the role of a solo traveler.
As I travel the world I see glimpses of my home country. And when I’m at home I see glimpses of the world. Our borders are blurred and I think for the better.
We solo travelers take our culture out to the world, and others bring theirs to us. Over time, there is a blurring of borders. Toronto is a perfect example.
You alone, traveling… it’s a powerful experience. It helps you work on higher-order needs as Maslow described them.
“”The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes.” What doyou think about Marcel Proust’s statement?