Travel without leaving your armchair with my 5 favorite books about travel – about the beauty and art and wonder of new destinations.
Travel bans or budget woes keeping you at home? These books are the next-best way to going to Greece to explore the history and culture at home.
Shiny perfect crowded places feel like Disneyland to me – not my ideal trip as a solo female traveler. Here’s why I preferred Hercegovina and Budapest to Dubrovnik and why decay can be beautiful.
Being an American solo traveler in Australia is like looking at a filtered version of my own country. I’ve never been further away but I’m back in a land of brunch and car culture.
Taking in the quiet of Nyepi Day in Bali – a day of silence, peace, and meditation – as a solo female traveler.
Six months on the road as a solo female traveler – what I’ve learned, what I’ve loved, my favorite solo travel destinations, and what I’ve missed too.
Everyone on my train is French. I look around as they chatter about which seat is theirs, and wonder if I’ve accidentally gotten on the wrong car, if I’m headed to Nice or Lyon instead of the south of Thailand. Before the train, I hung out with some English peeps from my hostel, and a …
Traveling alone in Laos is beautiful chaos – the roads here are full of holes and steep drops, the minivans fly around corners and I haven’t seen one actual bus or even a stop sign yet.
Traveling alone as a woman in Thailand can be overwhelming – the heat, the traffic, the noise. But the temples here are peaceful refuges to turn to when the burnout gets to you.
Traveling alone is tough, sometimes. But it’s also a powerful way to discover what you truly love – art, war museums, cats? Or hiking, if you’re not me. Why solo travel is transformational.