On this long solo travel journey of mine, I’m taking some time out to learn to meditate in Thailand, to sit with my fear and my racing mind and find a little stillness.
Solo travel gives lots of quiet time to contemplate and do some people-watching from cafes or park benches, getting curious about the lives of people everywhere.
Lower prices, lower crowds, and a whole lot less going on (for better or worse).
I love staying in hostels - as a solo female traveler, it’s easy to meet people in a safe and welcoming environment. Here’s how to pick one you’ll love and get a great night’s sleep in a dorm.
Going out to eat alone can be intimidating, but it can also fun (and a power move). Here’s how to do it when you’re traveling alone.
How to have the time of your life traveling alone to Santorini, Greece: why it’s a top destination for solo female travel.
Going to see an opera in Paris is an unmissable experience - if you can afford it. But if you’re prepared, you can watch opera for just €5 with some easy tips.
Packing super-light is tough for anyone, especially a clotheshorse like me. But it’s freeing and worth the effort.
How do I look like a human (sometimes even a glamorous one) on the road for a year with just a tiny backpack?