There has been a sudden rise in the solo travel industry in recent years, especially among women. Whether you are single or married, I highly recommend taking that solo trip, at least once in your lifetime. Women especially need that time to decompress, refocus, re-energize and just simply let loose. Yes, I can guarantee that you will experience some good, some bad, and some ugly, but don’t let that stop you!
With the cruise season right around the corner, I have no doubt that the excitement for your first cruise is building. It is time to begin your research! When I think back to my very first cruise almost 20 years ago now, I wish that someone had told me what cruise essentials should be packed into my carry-on.
Solo travel is much like training for a marathon….you have to walk before you can run. One Step at a TimeRead More...
“Just a small town girl, living in a lonely world, taking the midnight train going anywhere” – Journey. Read More
WOMEN SHOULDN’T TRAVEL ALONE!
What? Are you kidding me!? The last time that I checked, we were living in the 21st Century? It appears that despite the progress that women have made over recent years, there are still many men AND women out there who continue to believe that there are way too many dangers for single women to travel alone. Read More
Whenever I travel, I am always on the lookout for a new adventure or activity, and I managed to find one in my own backyard. If you are visiting Ontario, Canada and want to see a rare ecological gem, I recommend visiting Ontario’s only badland, known as the Cheltenham Badlands. Say what you ask! Let me explain, by providing a bit of history on how and what a badland is. Read More
Safety Tips for the Solo Traveller
Travel can be a little intimidating and stressful, as we all have a fear of the unknown. This is even truer for those who choose to travel solo.
To assist in you in feeling more at ease when travelling solo, I have assembled a list of safety tips which will make the thought of travelling solo a little less intimidating.
When many people think of Canada and Ontario, the first thought that enters their mind is snow, cold and ice. No we don’t live in igloos! You may be surprised to learn that our summer months get as high as 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit), and often even higher.
Are planning a trip to Collingwood or Blue Mountains in Ontario? I can guarantee that you will be over-whelmed with the hotel, resort and accommodation choices available to you. I can also guarantee that if you don’t make reservations to stay in this area far in advance, you will have a limited choice of where to stay.