In this section we've brought together all the articles designed to inspire you to travel safely and well.
We've covered everything from excerpts from the diaries of other solo women travellers to dealing with loneliness on the road to taking good care of yourself in a hotel.
Everything posted in this section stems from the actual experiences of other females who are part of our Journeywoman Network.
Read what they have to say and then simply incorporate your own wisdom. Why Are Some Writers Not Telling the Truth About Solo Travel?
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Since the Jordan river is located on the Syrian African rift on the border between two tectonic plates, it gives it this extraordinary and unique view and a very special weather (for those who like the sun we have an average of 40-45 Celsius degrees, someday in the summer we have 50 Celsius and even more).
Whether you’re pursuing a special interest, learning something new, perhaps finding a hobby, doing something familiar, de-stressing, or taking some alone time, solo travel can be really rewarding. Read the advice our guest writer from London, a specialist in the field of travel, has to share about this topic.
Advice for Women Traveling Aloneby Alexandra Pett Traveling alone can be quite an intimidating prospect, especially if you’re female. It was going to be just like those travel articles I’d read or movies I saw. I’d be sipping a latte, strike up a conversation with my beautiful waitress, and then the next thing I’d know we’d be at a wine bar, staring into each other’s eyes, while she taught me French. There I was in the hostel, on the road, seeing amazing attractions in historic cities all by myself. 25 Reasons to Travel Solo 26 great ways to make friends on the road Listen to Your Heart and Travel She Goes Solo -- She Finds Courage Her Diary Entries Help Other Travellers Solo Travel - Solo Evenings Travel Solo But Not Alone Dining Solo in The Big Apple Ms. She's Independent in India Travelling Solo in Paris She travels solo at 11 months The Pitfalls of Travelling to Meet Mr.Right A Travel Expert's Safety Tips for Women Travellers She Deals With Loneliness on the Road She’s So Very Subway Savvy Safety Tips for Women Joggers She's Hotel Savvy -- She Stays Safe Cruising as a Solo Travel Option 101 Twitter Travel Tips Sex With Strangers While Travelling Journeywoman Readers Offer their Own Tips for Travel to Jordan 25 things women should know about Viet Nam 20 things women should know about Tokyo Experts Share female-friendly tips about Italy 50 things to do in Washington, DC 10 terrific tips to help you enjoy Paris Female-friendly guides around the world 12 things you'll find difficult when travelling through Northern India Morocco - Her Tips for Travelling Solo hy go alone? Wouldn't it be safer, easier, less intimidating to travel with a companion? f touring solo for the day remember what Hansel and Gretel did and leave a trail.There are different considerations for a woman traveling alone, particularly later in life, and these might at first seem rather off-putting.