Tag: solo female traveller
Nestled in the heart of Portugal, Coimbra is a city that exudes a distinctive charm and character. Steeped in history, culture, and art, Coimbra is a fascinating destination that offers an authentic Portuguese experience to visitors. From its picturesque streets…
Planning your first solo trip as a woman can be overwhelming! I have travelled solo for 10 years and here are my tips for planning your first trip.
I find there are some days that I need a good story, interview, or chit-chatting to get me through a walk or a long journey. I love music too, but when I find a good podcast that pulls me in, it’s one of my favourite experiences. Some of the best stories, pieces of advice, or hearing things that make me laugh have come from the podcasts I listen to. I’ve made a list of them to share with you, and hope you get as much enjoyment out of them as I do.
Travel to Lagos, Portugal as a solo female traveller to learn to surf and enjoy the secluded beaches. Surf School, restaurant and beach recommendations.
A night in Isla Del Sol, the highest elevation lake in the world between Peru and Bolivia. The fresh air will take your breath away.
Join me on my 2 day adventure around La Paz, Bolivia. The highest altitude city in the world. I review the witches market, Valle de la Luna, and more!
Join me and my two friends, Joel and Malu as we hiked up to the famous hostel with the giant hammock in Minca, Colombia.
Recommendations for 3 days in Panama City: Casco Viejo, Panama Canal, and the Amador Causeway
As I sat on a small transfer boat to Bocas town on Isla Colon, small colourful buildings came into view. I had such a good time in Costa Rica for one month I knew getting to a new place would…
When crossing into Panana from Costa Rica, you need to know these key things that they’ll ask for at the border.