Ladies, thinking of travelling alone to Morocco? Here is part 1 of a 2 part post giving you the best knowledge, tips and examples of my experiences in the hope that it will encourage others to make the trip alone....
“You have a new message from Facebook”. Facebook has become a de facto tool of travellers everywhere. It is often easier to take on a new city with the knowledge that you already know someone there, you have a picture and past history, a common thread of
Take in the old town of Tallinn, with its cobbled streets, cafes and shops. Ride on the trams that run throughout the city, visit the museums and drink the coffee! A lot happens here...
O.k. so you have never stayed in a hostel or backpackers before? Here are a few top tips from an experienced traveller about things to consider when booking a hostel
Montenegro as the new Monte Carlo? Most definitely not, however the people are friendly, the prices are reasonable (apart from the outrageous hostel rates) and the scenery can be stunning....
Now this is subjective, I haven’t been everywhere but I love beaches and prefer sand over shingle or rocks and I have been very fortunate to have seen quite a few great beaches in my travels.
Try a New years Eve with a difference in Pamplona. Where there are few tourists to be seen, but a lot of fancy dress and fun to be had.
Our party of travellers arrived in the wonderful city of Nice, nestled below the Alpes Maritimes, on the exotic Cote d’Azur surrounded by illustrious neighbours such as Cannes, St Tropez and Monte Carlo
Lisbon...A modern city with a great transportation system, cheap hostels, castles and cathedrals, a host of bars and a hopping nightlife. Lisbon is rapidly being discovered as a budget gem in the pricey Eurozone.
Loneliness is one of the worst diseases you can get while travelling and when it hits, it usually hits hard. Here are a few tips that I use to combat loneliness: