This book is for … anyone who’d like to know more about solo travel, whether you’re new to travel, a seasoned adventurer, a curious armchair traveller, or ready to break away from the pack and go on your own for the first time. We’ve tapped into the deep knowledge and rich experiences of globetrotters with decades of experience as solo travellers the world over. Within these pages, they deliver their treasured solo travel tips, tricks, and tidbits that can make the difference between a trip that’s just so-so and one that’s top-notch, bursting at the seams with soul-satisfying experiences, and truly unforgettable.
Are you a last-minute packer or one who prepares in advance? For some of us who aren’t travelling so often, it’s wise to adopt the less-is-more attitude. Here are some ideas that might resonate with you the next time you’re preparing for a trip.
One of the downsides of flying long-haul is jet lag. You can't beat time-zone tiredness as the body seeks to adjust to a new location. Here are 10 tried and tested tips to minimise long haul flight jet lag.
It is one of the most curious double standards of modern life: 12 hours in one’s home with nothing to do is met with sighs of delicious envy, while 12 hours spent on an airplane is met with sympathetic groans.
We all have our crying moments when flying. I know women have a tendency to cry at the drop of a hat, well some women do.This emotional trait is not always linked to female hormones going awry at certain times of the month. Men do cry.