It is a dream for many women: pack your bags and leave for a solo trip.
Here you’ll find all the answers to your questions: how to arrange your trip, find your destination, meet friends when travelling, how to explore the world, what to bring and what to leave at home… enjoy our site!
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Think about house sitting! House sitting is taking care of a home, where the homeowner is leaving their house for a period of time and entrusts it to you as a “house sitter”. It is rent-free cause you will take over some responsibilities such as taking care of the pets, perform some maintenance and take care the house will stay in a good condition. For women traveling alone a great solution to make new friends on the way!
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Actually now that I am writing this, I might have a look myself. I have never done it to be honest, but after watching the movie Tara Road and The Holiday it might be a great idea…
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What is I Like Local
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Amsterdam with canals and historical canal houses is such a wonderful city to wander through the streets.
Amsterdam’s name derives from Amstelredamme, an indication of the city’s origin as a dam of the river Amstel. It was a famous place for trade. The earliest recorded use of the name “Amsterdam” is from a certificate dated 27 October 1275. So the city has a huge histry.
Visit the musea, canals, brewery, the ‘Nachtwacht’ statue or just enjoy a walk along the canals or wine and dine in the city’s restaurants.
There is something for anyone. And it is a very friendly city for wonen traveling alone. You will find it extremely easy to make friends.
It is spring already and time to schedule our holidays!! For women travel solo another opportunity to see the world and meet new friends!
I will definitely be in London this summer cause I love London… and if you are thinking of traveling in the UK and you don’t want any headaches, I highly recommend to give the organization to an expert travel agent like THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.
Take advantage of hassle free travel to some of England’s top tourist destinations. Visit castles, take walking tours, gain entrance to properties that are rarely open to the public… spend your days in awesome company and have two bestseller blogwriters as your private tour leaders. What else do you want??
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I just finished this book and I think it is amazing. Anna Hunt, a young successful journalist interviewing posh celebraties in London leaves the city-slick lifestyle (and everything that goes with it: the fame, the money..), for a break in Peru that is to change her life forever. She not only meets `the man of her dreams’, he also appears to be her guru and with his help she discovers the power that lies within herself. In two summers she becomes a Shaman, still wearing her stiletto’s in the other part of her life…but now healing people in different ways. Well done, Anna! Continue reading →