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'Dope on a Rope' - Worlds Highest Abseil

If you have been following my travels for a while now, you’d not be at all surprised that when I found out that the World’s Highest Abseil just happened to be in Cape Town, I was already halfway through signing up. 438 more words

Solo Female Travel

Cinque Terre Day 1

Cinque Terra is a collection of five towns along the coast and the hills surrounding said towns. Most of the original landscape has been hacked away over time and replaced with terraced vineyards. 80 more words

5 Tips For Solo Women Travellers?

Sure. We have Hetal Doshi, a solo travel expert herself, sharing her tips with you. Hetal runs The Wander Girls, a Mumbai-based company that organises women-only travels and events. 247 more words

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Carnival in Cologne, Germany

I had no idea what I was getting into. For anyone who doesn’t know what Carnival is, it’s insane. It’s essentially a massive party in the streets that forces the entire city to shut down. 483 more words

Solo Female Travel

Flying Solo

A funny thing happened on the way to Madrid earlier this spring. For the first time ever, I was sad to be traveling alone.

I’ve always been a strongly independent person (my mother loves to tell stories about how I wanted to do things by and for myself even from the age of 2), and this extends to my travel habits. 1,125 more words

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(ALL PHOTOS TAKEN BY trotting tani)

I consider myself a savvy traveller.  I take time to plan my trips; I do my research – I dig deep (sometimes a little OCD about it).  1,231 more words


Cruising for the Solo Traveler

At first blush the title of this post may have thrown you off, but believe it or not more and more people are choosing to travel solo for a variety of reasons. 423 more words