A solo traveler from the UK recounts her first 24 hours alone in Sri Lanka, from tears and loneliness to new friends, a party and a fresh fish dinner.
Climbing the spectacular Mayan ruin of Tonina – all in photos.
A day filled with food, wine and theater – what could be better.
From dinosaurs to lovers, the Hopewell Rocks on the Bay of Fundy has it all.
Hostels are great for solo travelers. I love hostels but there are some that are actually horrible. Here are some stories – the good, the bad and the ugly.
After a rocky start, this writer acquires a pink bicycle, conquers her fears, has some fun…and a solo traveler is born!
Now this is a first: a solo travel newbie takes her first trip, guided by members of the Solo Travel Society. Read about her adventures in Tewkesbury.
You never forget your first time. A solo traveler recalls his first trip with wonder and gratitude.
I was so tired by the time that I got to Munich that all plans changed and I enjoyed this very leisurely, very satisfying itinerary.
Want to travel? Go! I lost my love just a few short years after returning from our long term trip. Fortunately, I gained many loves along the way.
No travel partner means no one to get you going in the morning. This solo traveler certainly needed the push of another to get to see the beautiful sunrise on the magnificent Zugsptize.
Check out a solo traveler’s diverse photos from a trip to Montego Bay and Negril, Jamaica.
This solo traveler experienced the sweetness of the people and the food at a craft market in Montego Bay, Jamaica.
An introduction to Innsbruck, Austria in photos. This is a very safe, small city and, I would say, perfect for solo travelers.
Solo Travel Society member Diana shares her first time solo travel experience, including tears, hugs and a new travel friend.
Here are my two favorite items I bought in Jordan… and two things that got away.
Here are 7 stories about solo travelers receiving kindness from strangers. They are great stories. Have a read.
Riding the Tidal Bore is a bit like white water rafting – except that it’s not. Have a read. 🙂
Join me on a walk through the amazing Petra in 16 pictures.
This is the final post in the “Blurred Borders” series. This time I take you to Washington and the Smithsonian Folklife Festival to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Peace Corps.