A Camino for Everyone – Choosing the Best Camino De Santiago Route

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To walk the Camino and make your venture a successful one, you’ll have to choose the right path.

Solo Lady Travel: 7 Safety Myths Debunked

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Are your fears of traveling solo well-founded? Yvette Cendes investigates travel myths surrounding women traveling alone.

Wheels on the Rim: Savoring Sedona, Grand Canyon, & Seligman, AZ

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Go, as soon as is practical, wherever it might be. Don’t put it off until you have to ask yourself why you waited so long.

Travel Now: 4 Lessons I’ve Learned from Traveling

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From the things you don’t need to pack along, to the importance of people met along the way, here are a few travel lessons learned.

Finding the Authentic Italian Food Experience – A Guide

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Nearly everyone talks about Italian food – what many don’t know is that there is no ‘Italian food’ as such.

How a Hurricane Showed One Traveler Cuba’s Heart

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Just before her 30th birthday, Lilli Boland found herself in Cuba with a local family, riding out the hurricane that devastated Havana.

Traveling Georgia As a Solo Female Traveler

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I undertook a solo trip to Georgia (as a woman), taking in about 15 cities and sites in three weeks. Don’t be afraid to travel here alone!

The Unexpected Perks of Staying in a Hostel

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Hostels have become more than just a cheap place to spend the night.

The Ochre Valley of Sorrows

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Tatacoa: an empty remote wasteland where eagles and vultures rule the sky, devoid of human pollution. Will you take the leap?

Traveling, like Han Solo, man: 9 tips for solo travel as an Australian in Europe.

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Use Aussie slang where appropriate, have a story involving dangerous creatures, and don’t forget your thongs.