Tag Archives: Solo travel insights

Solo Travel Books – Monthly Solo Insight

Over the years, there have been many female explorers that have taken on the world solo. In the eighteenth century, Mary Wollstonecraft, a British novelist, philosopher and advocate of women’s rights became a heroine with her way of travel. In the nineteenth century a British explorer called Mary Kingsley, travelled to West and Central Africa… Continue Reading…

Should We Visit Controversial Destinations?

Travel is such an enriching experience with new cultures and new lessons to learn about the world and about ourselves at the same time. But as travel begins to slowly open up again, it begs the question, should we be travelling to controversial destinations?  There’s an argument about visiting countries where you don’t agree with… Continue Reading…

Long Distance Relationships – Solo Monthly Insight

Rewriting My Oslo Story Have you ever associated a destination with a person? Sometimes stories are meant to be rewritten. I hope that this month’s solo insight inspires you to return somewhere to create new memories… It was June 2019 and I was feeling lost. I had returned back to England with the intention to… Continue Reading…

100 Lessons Learned From 100 Countries Solo

Solo travel, a term that echoes independence, that promotes transformation, and an act of self-love, as you travel the world with only yourself to please. With so many of us facing our fears and throwing ourselves out into the big wide world, travelling alone must be amazing right? As life has its ups and downs,… Continue Reading…