In this Epic Trip story a traveling couple goes separate ways for a bit so that Lauren can travel solo with the amazing Gobi Desert Expedition.
A great draw to Vancouver for solo travelers this spring/summer is Vancouver Draw Down 2011. It’s a fun, social way of doing art. Have a read.
The food. The food of Jordan was wonderful. I only hope that the photos in this post gives you a sense of just how wonderful.
Buenos Aires is a great place for solo travelers. The most sophisticated city in South America has plenty of culture to absorb. Don’t forget your dancing shoes!
On my trip to Jordan, I learned the value of an exceptional tour guide. Please meet Mahmoud, learn what makes him exceptional and enjoy some of what I learned from him.
What was the highlight of my trip to Jordan? With so many possibilities it’s not what you think. Please meet some of the children of Jordan and enjoy a video of their talents.
After many years of traveling with a partner, Matt takes a solo trip to Jerusalem and is reminded of the unique opportunities that solo travel offers.
Traveling solo does not mean traveling alone. Solo travelers help each other out all the time. Here Steve from Seattle gives me a Starbucks fix.
Photos of the beautiful fortress of Peniscola in the Land of Valencia, Spain. Old juxtaposes to new. Or just hang out at the beach.
Part of our “Personal Legend” series. This time a story from Gwen and how she sees the Algarve of Portugal and how, when she’s there she sees herself more clearly.
I highly recommend Havana. It’s safe and it’s fascinating. And, it will soon change very, very fast.
What to do in Myrtle Beach if you don’t golf? Here is one activity that I highly recommend.
First love. Last love. This compelling story of people and place is another within our theme of Romance on the Road.
This was one of the most social, lively, solo trips I’ve ever taken. Here are just a few of the amazing people who made this trip so great!
This is my first photo missive from Chile. Please enjoy the photos of the colorful Valparaiso.
You take care of your environmental footprint at home. What about on vacation? Here’s a few thoughts to help you choose wisely and feel good about your travels.
As a city girl, I have only recently discovered how much I love nature. Here are some favorite moments in photos.
Want to make travel your career. Jeff Jung tells us how he did it in part 3 of our video interview series. Please click on the title above.
Imagine taking a career break. In this second video of the series, Jeff shares what it was like to travel solo in Spain, Turkey and Colombia. Click on the title to read more.
I have a crummy old bicycle. One that I retrieved out of the back of my shed after my good bike was stolen. But I love my bike. I love it as transportation in Toronto and I love it for exploring as I travel solo.