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Trains & Planes Playlist

Something that I believe many solo travellers would agree on, is that music plays an integral role in the travel itself.

I tend to listen to a lot of music whilst on train and plane journeys, but also while on buses, undergrounds and even just when having a day exploring on my own. 114 more words


Why You Should Date A Girl Who Travels

I know, I know…everyone has seen these articles go through social media a million times. But now that I have been on the road for a while, and have met many different people who have given me a variety of experiences, this article boosted me this morning. 31 more words

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My First Week as an Expat in the city of love

Honestly when I left my small own in Nova Scotia I was feeling like I was slipping int the life of a very introverted person. I became so accustomed to a routine and lifestyle of being alone all of the time and having the choice to do what I wanted to without having to be bothered by anyone else’s opinion or choices. 611 more words

September 2014 = Smattering of Posts Month

As mentioned in a previous post, I am taking a bit of hiatus from posting regularly.

The posts will be sporadic and a lot less in volume than in previous months. 190 more words


Iceland Day 1: Falling in Love with Reykjavik

I’ve just returned from an AMAZING 5-day solo trip to Iceland, and I thought I would share my itinerary and some of the more logistical details for anyone else planning a trip to this beautiful country. 562 more words

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sky painting over lifeguard hut

I never know what I will see on an evening beach walk, even in Los Angeles.


7 things people don't tell you about solo travel

Tons of articles have tried to inspire you to do solo travel; to ask you to take the leap of faith and explore the world on your own, and you’ll gain so much out of it compared to travelling with a partner or a group. 1,820 more words