It has been close to one year since I first wrote about the power of grief travel. Unfortunately, I have found myself seeking solace in grief travel once again. This time the term grief travel has a much more profound meaning to me than it did the last time.
One of the beauties of travel is meeting new people and developing lasting friendships across the globe. It should come as no surprise then that some of these friendships will develop into romantic relationships. This is exactly what happened to myself, as well as many of my fellow travellers.
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.
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 travelling solo, it is imperative that we do our research to determine the best and safest destinations to visit. We ask ourselves, is it safe for a woman to travel solo to a Developing Country? The short answer is yes, absolutely!
Everybody loves a freebie, right?! I mean what is there not to love about getting things for free?
Curacao is a Dutch island which can be found surrounded by the signature turquoise waters of the Caribbean. Curacao is part of the ABC Islands, Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao, and like most Caribbean islands, it is most notable for its snorkeling and diving.
I always get so excited whenever the word cruise comes to my mind. It is by far one of my favourite ways to travel solo.
What can be more fun than an off-road safari adventure in Aruba? I don’t think very much!