For the most part solo travel is amazing. You get to do what you want, when you want, for as long as you want. But the downside is also that you are on your own. All decisions are yours to make. And for me as a more "mature" traveler I find it a bit harder … Continue reading Solo Travel Can Also Suck At Times
Backpacking and Hiking in Colombia In 4 days I leave for some solo backpacking and hiking in Colombia. My trip is for 8 weeks which I feel is a good amount of time to get immersed in a country. Being able to travel for an extended period of time is one of the reasons I … Continue reading Solo Backpacking Colombia for 8 Weeks
Last year I was able to backpack Central America for 6 weeks. Where should I go for 2018? Help me decide!
Over the past four and a half weeks I have been fortunate enough to have been bouncing around Nicaragua. See also- Nicaragua Solo Travel Update I have learned so much. Both about this amazing country and the wonderful people here and about myself. I have met so many other backpackers from other countries and the love … Continue reading Solo Travel is Amazing. El Cuco in El Salvador
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San Juan del Sur on Nicaragua's southern Pacific coast is more than the sum of its parts. This once lazy beach surf town has grown to become a major tourist hub. Lots of college age kids come here for basically one reason: Sunday Funday. What is Sunday Funday? Sunday Funday is a debaucherous party that … Continue reading San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua. More Than Sunday Funday
Leon, Nicaragua. The time has come for my solo travel adventure to Nicaragua. I am spending six weeks in the Land of Lakes and Volcanoes. Leon is my first stop
I traveled solo through Europe in 2009 and it was an amazing experience. You learn so much about yourself and you will meet people. Reasons For Solo Travel You can do what you want to do, when you want to do it. If you’re traveling in a group, everyone has their own opinions...
Back in 2009 I was teaching at local junior high school and I was renting an amazing little seaside cottage just outside of Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia. I was able to stay there for the winter months for next to nothing as it was actually a summer rental for tourists. That meant I had to … Continue reading Why We Travel. A Story About Florence, Italy