Category Archive: Solo Travel

Wild Atlantic Way Road Trip Guide

March 12, 2015 18 Comments »

Wild Atlantic Way map and guide

  Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way takes on the status of one of the longest coastal drives in the world at 1,600 miles. It joins the ranks of other great coastal roads like Nova Scotia’s Cabot Trail, Big Sur, Maui’s Kaekili Highway, and South Africa’s Garden Route. Drive down narrow one-lane roads to see secret beaches, […]

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My 2014 Challenge

December 31, 2013 44 Comments »

New Year challenges

Forget resolutions, give me a challenge.  There’s nothing I love more than a challenge – one that makes me slightly uneasy making me question whether I’m capable, but at the same time it excites me. It’s what I call living on the edge – the edge of butterflies and throwing up. Many of my life […]

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Safe Choices: Solo Female Travel Options

August 25, 2013 No Comments »


Author Bio: Jenny Clarke has numerous years’ experience as a solo traveller, teaching English in many different countries she regularly blogs about her experiences on the road. For many, traveling alone is something of a rite of passage. It allows you to take things at your own pace, to discover new things about yourself and […]

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Why Women Travel Solo

July 9, 2013 23 Comments »

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I asked, you answered. A few weeks ago I ran a contest for solo female travelers and their ‘dream destination’. I had over 100 comments/entries and the project overall had over 1000 women fill out the survey about solo travel. What we found out that women are complicated and feisty (duh!).  According to the […]

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