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Hi! My blog is The Boutique Adventurer. It is about having interesting travel adventures and finishing your evening in a lovely boutique hotel with a high thread count on your sheets! It is for over 35 solo luxury travellers. I found so many blogs for under 30s looking for money saving tips and quite a few at the very high end – nothing seemed to deliver interesting travel experiences and local boutique hotel experiences.
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My website is:
My mission is to help people have a great trip to Italy!
And if you wish to move to Italy, my aim is to provide encouragement and information so that you can achieve your dream!
On my site I provide:
– Assistance, commiseration, encouragement, and nitty gritty info, for anyone who is not EU and doesn’t have Italian relatives but wants to move to Italy.
– Articles on food, wine, history, and art, particularly in Tuscany. (I’m a Florentine Renaissance historian and passionate foodie)
– News about the Via Francigena (Italy’s pilgrimage route) and tips for undertaking a pilgrimage on it.
– Trip planning services: I have created over a hundred trips in Italy for happy clients. You can get a taste of my services for free simply by requesting my 40 minute free consult.
I have just set up a blog, telling the story of my journey since my marriage ended 5 years ago. It took me a while to have the courage to travel solo, but you will read how life experiences, the people we meet and the decisions we make, take us all along our own path to self-discovery. This was certainly the case for me …. and the vulnerable, emotionally fragile lady I was 5 years ago has evolved into a strong, independent woman who now jumps on a plane on her own at the first opportunity!
Follow my journey here:
Hi! I am the FunTourGuru http://www.funtourguru.com/p/about.html <b>I help travelers stay current with news, tech tools, and activities on trips. </b>Taking trips is a part of my life. I have an enormous appetite for exploring – I always have. I arrange and go with my travelers on boutique groups trips throughout USA and Europe. You can bet there will be good food, history stories and even lighthouse visits if we are near a coast – I love to connect to local people stories. Social media icons on my blog. And for the do it yourself peeps – I contribute to favorite charities when you reserve hotels – click on Travel Biz at the top of my blog. Let’s help each other – and follow everyone.
I have recently launched my blog, Rissa Leigh Roams.
So far, I’ve been focusing on weekend getaway type destinations across the USA, and I’m going to try to slant towards the lesser known and the outdoorsy. Right now I’m working on a post about the surprising variety of ethnic cuisine available in Sioux Falls, SD!
Hi everyone 🙂
My blog is http://tinytripsandtips.com and focuses on getaways and short trips & tips! I’ve traveled to quite a few places already, a lot of it being Europe, and write about how to spend your time there, or travel tips + also blogging tips!
I’ve lived in 4 countries, soon to be 5!
Here are my social media links:
Hi everyone! I run The Rainbow Route which is a blog that covers lesbian, gluten-free, and budget travel, but is really for anyone who loves travel. Sometimes I travel with my wife, and sometimes I travel solo.
Hi all, thanks for having me here!
I run http://thatanxioustraveller.com which I started after avoiding the terror attack in London last year by a couple of hours – although I have an absolute, life-long love of travel, suffering from anxiety had meant that I’d been putting off travelling out of fear that something could happen to me. Coming close to such a shocking event made me realise that travel and enjoyment of life is something that should never be delayed, and never taken for granted. I’m taking steps back into travel in honour of those who aren’t able to, and trying to push my boundaries further with each trip. So feel free to pop along, have a look at my wins and fails, and have a chat – everyone welcome! 🙂
My name is Krystal and I am an Equestrian Adventuress on a quest to see every country in the world (preferably on horseback!) I have worked internationally with horses in over 13 countries and have traveled to 50+ most of which solo. I specialize in solo travel advice for women and offer many online courses and resources for women whether your interested in solo travel, or travel with your mom, friends or partner! I offer some equestrian based tours to off-the-beaten-path destinations and am always getting into trouble while on my mission to see the world! In 2016 I bought a crappy car and drove it (solo) from England to Mongolia to raise money for charity and met my-now-German Husband along the way in Azerbaijan. We currently are based in England and who knows where I will end up next!
Follow along on my adventures here: https://www.kryskolumbustravel.com/
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/krystalkelly009/
Facebook Group for Equestrian Adventuresses: https://www.facebook.com/groups/equestrianadventuresses/
My blog is https://www.drmariahiggins.com. Thank you for following.
The basic point of life is to form relationships through shared experiences. What connects and bonds people is being authentic and vulnerable. Travel exposes you and strips away all pretenses. There is nothing more real than being a stranger in a new place. Minds expand past well-worn patterns. I want to connect with you through these experiences.
For the last 10 years, I have been dreaming about doing an extended United States road trip. It all started when I wanted to sell my house and buy a superstar RV. Then, I wanted to build a tiny house. Finally, I whittled it down to outfitting a Mercedes Sprinter van. Currently, my Prius is a substitute for my future fabulous van. My first road trip happened in September and October of 2017.
When I returned home in October, my new optometry gig became commuting to Alaska. I go every few months to give eye care to bush natives who do not have easy access to health professionals. We fly in bush planes and ride on snow machines to villages where there are no roads.
I had never been to Alaska. Motion sickness plaques me. I had never driven a snow machine. Are tiny planes safe? I love sunlight. And I dislike the cold. Following along might prove comical.
I also travel throughout Maryland and examine nursing home residents. The patients are lovely and comical and confused and sweet. The vignettes of this life are interesting and heartwarming.
When I would tell people about the van and about Alaska, they would get excited and say “Send me pictures!” (And then ask where I will go to the bathroom in the van.) This blog is my lazy way of “sending pictures”. (And at some point, we will discuss the bathroom.)
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