Hello there my wanderlust kindred spirits. It's a bit of a funny time for a lot of things, especially travel, but that shouldn't stop you from planning that trip. Which is why I'm sharing 5 places worth visiting on solo trips. So if you're wanting to take the plunge and book that solo trip, this is for you. Well anybody really but you know what I mean!
Welcome to February 2020! We can all breathe a sigh of relief that January is finally over! For me it wasn't only the last few days that I felt a bit ugh about it. How was January for you? Today's post are some simple bucketlist ideas for the single girl. There are just some things that you have to do as a single girl.
Hello my travel giraffes! How are you doing the start of this autumn? I'm still wishing for summer but, I do enjoy watching the leaves turn to warmer hues. Anyways, I've been told a few times that I'm 'brave' for travelling solo and I think everyone is able to this. More and more people in their 30's are taking time out to travel to places they've dreamed of for years. To be honest I think it's the best time to travel because you have more disposable income and most are established in their careers. Plus you are more confident in who you are as a person and are willing to try new experiences. So if you're itching to take that solo trip then here's how to travel solo when you're over 30.
The world seems to have gone travel mad. You meet different people and more often than not, they have a passion for travelling or camping. With travel comes accommodation and the variety of options available on the open road. Have you considered purchasing a camper trailer? Maybe you’ve looked into purchasing a campervan or were thinking of just sleeping in a simple tent. Well, camper trailers combine the best of both worlds. It will provide you with a sturdy, reliable and transportable home away from home that won’t break the bank. So read on if you're considering a camper trailer.
Hello my travel junkies how have you been this week? I've been thinking about solo travel a lot and how I get called 'brave' because I do it. More so, because I'm over 30. I think it has to do with the fact that travelling solo can be daunting. So in light of this here are 5 places that are easy to travel around solo.
Welcome back travel giraffes! If you read my last blog post (here) you would have seen that it wasn't the best year for me. This also had an impact on my travel wanderlust list. Despite this, I did manage to visit a few new places so here's a recap of where I went in 2018.
Short work weeks are the best! It's Thursday already, which means two things; the weekend is almost here and I have another travel post for you :). Today's post is what I learnt about solo travel. I'm not sure if you noticed but I went to Barcelona on my own. It was my first solo trip and I thought I would share with you what I learnt, in case you were thinking of doing one yourself.