Solo Travel for Women.

I’ve been asked to give a short talk later this week on my experiences as a solo female traveller; what my worries were when I first started travelling alone, what my fears are now and what practical problems I’m faced with. The talk is part of a ladies meet and...

Cruising – is it for me?

Is cruising for me? Up until yesterday I’d have said no, cruise holidays have never been on my radar. Why? I’ve always been a ‘do & see’ type traveller, one who likes to be on the go, whether it’s traipsing round ancient monuments, meandering through beautiful...

Have you missed me?

  If any of my followers are still out there you may have noticed that I went missing a while ago and that my blog has lain dormant for quite some time. My only excuse is that life got in the way, which maybe sounds like a bit of a cop out, but it all became too...

Solo Travel for the First Timer

  I’ve travelled a lot in the last forty years but most of the time it’s been with family or friends, so the last few years has been a bit of a learning curve as I gradually get the hang of travelling solo. I’d never travelled alone when I was young, I hadn’t...

Travelling With Children – should you?

When my children were young we dragged them all over Europe, more than once, and the memories were brought back recently when I read Y Travel Blog and found that Caz and Craig have just taken off on a year long trip around Australia with their two young daughters....

5 Unique Ways to get from A to B

Inspired by a recent post on Travel with Kat and the comments that ensued I started thinking of all of the modes of transport that I’ve used during my travels. There have been the normal methods of getting from A to B – by plane, train, car and boat but...
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