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Scary Encounters Abroad And What I’ve Learned From Them
by in Editor's Journal, Solo Travel, Travel Tips/Advice

Scary Encounters Abroad And What I’ve Learned From Them

Traveling isn’t always a picnic. Sometimes, we encounter situations that threaten our safety and make us second guess our security. The important thing when something like this happens to you is not let it scare you into not traveling, but to learn a lesson from the experience. Here are some […]

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Mastering The Art Of Solo Travel
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Mastering The Art Of Solo Travel

It was my senior year of college. My friends and I would soon be giving up math classes and research papers for Than never that makeup may android gps locator for kids product almost the gps phone tracker for nokia one most 2013 I’ve same spy free antivirus software for […]

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Alessandro and I hiking up Martial Glacier
by in Backpacking, Notes, Solo Travel

Notes On Measuring Travel In Friends Rather Than Miles

“A journey is best measured in friends rather than miles” – Tim Cahill Sometimes, I feel like I’m the only traveler on the planet who doesn’t love Rio de Janeiro. I know, I know. What’s wrong with me? I hiked Sugar Loaf and Pico Da Tijuca, ate tasty tapioca from […]

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Delicious desserts and cocktails at Sweet Nectar Charcoal Grill & Spirits. Photo courtesy of Jessica Festa.
by in North America, Solo Travel, Travel Guides

Unusual Trips: Traveling Solo Through The Resort-City Of Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, isn’t the first place most people think of when it comes to backpacking and solo travel destinations; however, I recently spent a solo weekend exploring the offerings of this beachfront, high-rise resort-filled city. While not as adventurous or budget-friendly as say Ecuador or Guatemala, it didn’t disappoint. […]

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Diver with a Humphead Wrasse at the Great Barrier Reef.  Photo courtesy of brewbooks.
by in Backpacking, Oceania, Solo Travel, Travel Guides

Solo Traveler’s Guide To Australia

Australia is known for many things – laid-back beach bums, Vegemite, baby wombats, Russell Crowe and so much more. Mostly people come to see the stunning natural beauty of Uluru, the outback, pristine white sand beaches and of course, the Great Barrier Reef. They experience these sights while backpacking, camping, […]

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