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How one woman on her own spends her life at sea whalewatching in BC.
I’ve been traveling now for 3.5 months as a first-time solo female traveler. Up until now, I’d lived in the same place for thirty years, was married, raised
I had always wanted to live overseas, and after graduate school teaching abroad was the next step. So, I decided for no particular reason to live in
Becoming a housesitter is an outstanding way to see the world, without paying over the odds for the privilege. Housesitting may be your solution to long-term travel.
I tried a Sholdit travel pouch and loved it: no more money belts for me - at least not for an evening out.
Know how to make your drinking water safe, whether you're gone for a week or a year.
Learn how to travel solo: ins't it time you thought of yourself for a change?
The current resurgence of interest in pilgrimage has brought with it two surprises: firstly, most people walking El Camino outside the peak summer months
Some things never change, and some scams are the same today as they were years ago. Knowing that makes them easier to spot. I can sympathise with many
What if you only make an occasional trip to the spa and aren’t a big shopper? I live alone and work to support myself so while I love to travel and experience
How to reduce the danger of bad roads and poor drivers on your travels.
Is the Diva cup the traveler's best friend?
How to learn a language when you don't speak a word isn't all that difficult, as long as you don't expect to become fluent. You can easily learn enough to get by on your travels if you try a few of these simple tips.
Culture shock is what you feel when you go abroad - and reverse culture shock is what you experience when you come home after a certain length of time away. The best way to beat it - is to assume you'll feel it and be prepared.
Solo travel for women can change you more than you ever expected - find out how.
How a 6-month trip around the world turned into an amazing three-year adventure.
How two young women travel the world - interview by Women on the Road.
I lived in gorgeous Switzerland for two years as an au pair. I bought a one way ticket to Europe, a place I had never been before... I was scared yet anxious
Solo Woman in Lebanon: After years of war, a new travel destination - and yes, it's great for solo travel.
A neck wallet is one of the more comfortable but less secure stashes for your valuables.
The leg wallet: a cool invention or a waste of money?
Will a waterproof money belt keep your money dry on the road?
A bra purse keeps your money completely out of sight. Is it your best choice?
Use translation devices to communicate abroad and be understood instantly.
The best travel daypacks: how to carry less, leave your hands free and discourage thieves.