A river cruise through southeastern Europe – from the Black Sea to Budapest. How wonderful! And yet I have slight hesitation. Here it is.
Oh the adventures one can have on a night train alone. I have several stories to tell. Most of them are wonderful. But one, well, not so much.
Have you ever left the camera at home? This solo traveler spent 5 days in Rio without taking a single photo – and enjoyed the trip in a very different way.
It could be a specific genre, a festival, or even one particular album that provides the travel spark. Have you been inspired by music to travel?
It’s surprising how often people are challenged for their decision to travel. And yet it is so, so good for you, your personal growth and for your ability to function at home. Here’s your perfect travel excuse.
On a recent trip to Ville-Marie, Quebec I encountered a lively arts community, a warm and talented artist, and a creative solution to my selfie problems.
We are drowning in information and stimulation. Step away from the noise, travel solo and find yourself.
This story has more ups and downs than snakes and ladders. Have a read and you’ll understand why this trip was just not meant to be.
Nothing that I planned on this trip worked out, but I learned three lessons about the importance of flexibility – and had a brilliant time.
Six years on I have a few thoughts about solo travel to share. Thoughts about this blog, Solo Traveler, and thoughts about the meaning of travel.
Today’s Travel Quote of the Week comes at a perfect time for me, as does the advice to not plan everything. Do you ever just take off without a plan?
The merits of travel without a plan. There are many. Here’s my perspective and those of two prominent authors. Bonus: photos of my unplanned walk of Hamburg.
A rumination on dreaming and travel and the notion of success. And how to wrap all three into one life.
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.
From six-toed cats to a pool spat – things I learned and thoughts I have from touring Hemingway House in Key West.
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.
New perspectives are gained through distance. Walk a bridge to see the whole of a city. Travel solo to see new aspects of you.