In August I tested the waters.
“Would anyone like to collaborate on a free ebook of solo travel stories?,” I asked.
I raised this question on Solo Traveler, the Solo Travel Society on Facebook and on Twitter.
The response was fabulous.
In addition to all the people who showed their enthusiasm for reading the stories, there were ten wonderful individuals who actually contributed theirs. It has been a real pleasure reading them and compiling the stories and photos into this eBook.
Solo Travel Inspiration in Free ebook
I was inspired by all of these stories.
Yet, I confess, they caused me some frustration as well. The world is large and full of wonderful travel opportunities for adventure, learning and fun. Yes, like most of us, I’m limited by both time and money. This is why I write extensively on budget travel. Here are some recent posts that may be of help to you if you, like me, desire more travel than our bank account readily agrees to.
- How to Plan Your Solo Travel Budget – On Any Budget
- How to Save Money for Travel: Top Tips to Save
- Best Budget Destinations for Solo Travelers: the 2018 Shortlist
10 Inspiring Solo Travel Stories by the readers of Solo Traveler
And now, here are 10 wonderful stories written by and for solo travelers.
A Woman in Black Dancing by Tre Witkowski Tre Lost, Twitter:@trelost
Egypt. April 1983. by Connie Vasquez, Vintage Awesome Twitter: @LaConsuelo
Divorce is Just the Beginning by Evelyn Hannon, Journeywoman Twitter: @journeywoman
Searching for Mr. Darcy by Julie Langelier
Lost in a Mozambique Minefield by Leyla Giray, Women on the Road Twitter: @womanontheroad
“Dammit, Jim, I’m a Tourist, Not a Local!”by Ren Robles So Not Lost! Twitter: @hyperren
Finnish’ed by Finland? by Derek Owen
A New Perspective on Botswana by Sandy Salle Hills of Africa, Twitter: @HillsofArica
Turkish Delight by Rahim Ismail The Funk StopTwitter @funkstop
Solo Road Trip: one man, one Miata, one big country by Michael Smith
I want you to know that I truly appreciate reader participation. Whether it is through your emails to me directly, comments left on the posts, destinations posts submitted on this form or collaborating on an eBook like this one, I believe reader involvement makes the blog more valuable to everyone. Thank you.