A rumination on dreaming and travel and the notion of success. And how to wrap all three into one life.
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.
In a recent interview I was again explaining why travel solo and I discovered that I had a few new perspectives on the subject. Here they are.
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.
Take a solo ski trip and you needn’t be solo for long. Skiing is a social experience, whether for the time it takes to get up the mountain or longer. Here are a few of the people I met at Whistler Blackcomb.
Learning to ski properly is easier than I expected. But this one day ski lesson taught me more about life than about getting down a mountain.
The skiing at Whistler Blackcomb was great but the big surprise of the trip was when I tested my limits on the bobsleigh run at the Whistler Sliding Centre.
From six-toed cats to a pool spat – things I learned and thoughts I have from touring Hemingway House in Key West.
Why travel solo? Because it offers you an opportunity to grow. With a little help from Cheryl Strayed, Emily Dickinson and Reese Witherspoon, here’s how.
Solo travel is a hot topic these days. Here are some highlights on the why and how of solo travel from a Twitter Chat.
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.
Travel Contest: Here’s to a new year, new travel dreams and a contest that could help them come true.
Whatever you are celebrating this season, whether it’s a specific holiday or life in general, Tracey and I send you best wishes.
Some of us shed these things before we travel. Some of us travel to shed them.
New perspectives are gained through distance. Walk a bridge to see the whole of a city. Travel solo to see new aspects of you.
Knowing how to be alone is essential to finding silence, to knowing ones thoughts and to enriching life. Solo travel can help teach you how to be alone.
It’s always fascinating to learn more about who you, our readers, are, your interests and your thoughts on how Solo Traveler can be improved. Here are the results of the 2014 reader survey.
Sometimes we have concerns before embarking on a trip. It doesn’t mean we shouldn’t go. As I prepare to leave for Israel, here’s what’s on my mind.
I’m in Penzance, Cornwall enjoying damp, windy weather. Really! Here are some photos along with a musing.
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