Need stocking stuffer ideas for a solo traveler on your holiday list? Here are a few of my hand-selected items for 2016. From a reusable device that extracts insect venom to fashionable yet practical socks, you’ll find something for your fave independent traveler. And, you may find something for yourself.
I remember it well. The day I dropped my phone in water, fished it out of the toilet bowl, placed it in nylons and then a bag of rice in an attempt to salvage it.
It’s been a hot summer and with access to cheap airfare from Punta Gorda Airport, I’m tempted to jet off to a Chicago hotel for a cool fall getaway. The Windy City is one of my favorite American cities because of the friendliness of the people, how clean it appears to be, and of course, it’s food scene. It’s kind of like a chill Manhattan.
“Can you bring me back one of those hats?…If it’s no trouble?” a friend asked while I was in Vietnam. What he was referring to was a conical, or Vietnamese hat. Of course I said “yes,” then had no idea how I was going to bring it back.
Blogging is about sharing what you know, right? Following are my tips for traveling solo for the first time.
‘Tis the season for running around and new Culturelle Advanced Immune Defense may give that extra boost during this busy and oftentimes stressful time of year.
Looking for an October getaway and the secrets to living longer? Travel to a Blue Zone in Greece to discover keys to longevity. Blue Zones recently launched Adventure Travel Tours and will be offering two, 7-day trips to Ikaria, one of the five Blue Zones discovered by Dan Buettner, a National Geographic fellow.
Obviously, I’m a little addicted to this whole traveling thing but what I really despise about air travel is the security portion. CLEAR Membership should help make passing through airport security more tolerable.
Traveling to New York? Hop aboard the red TMZ Tour NYC bus to take a juicy bite of the star-studded Big Apple.
Soaking up the glitz of pop-culture is one of my guilty vices and TMZ is my go-to source for a juicy fix. Watching the show, I often thought it would be fun to follow a TMZ crew as they scoped out Hollywood’s streets in search of today’s relevant celebrities.
leeping paradise found at the NYLO Hotel in New York City. As hard as I fought, my internal alarm clock woke me at 5:30 a.m. Peering through the slivers of my weary eyelids, I could tell it was still dark and definitely not time to begin my day. I didn’t need to be anywhere until 11 a.m. which meant hopping in a cab around 9:30 a.m.
Seeing the Northern Lights is on my bucket list, is it on yours? This year should be a dazzling display of the Aurora Borealis because NASA is predicting it to be on the peak of an 11-year cycle.
Following is a list of travel giveaways I thought my readers would be interested in for the week of Nov. 2, 2014. Good luck! If you win one of these, be sure to send me a postcard 😉
Love Asia? Then here’s some exciting news from the World’s Best Airline. Cathay Pacific Airlines recently announced a new route from Boston to Hong Kong commencing May 3, 2015! The premium airline offers the most nonstop service to Hong Kong and beyond, including Chicago, Los Angeles, New York (JFK), Newark, and San Francisco.
Have someone who travels with their dog on your holiday gift list? Or maybe you’re the one who brings along your fearless canine. Either way, here’s Part 1 of Solo Travel Girl’s nifty dog travel accessories. How did I find these fun gadgets for wanderlust pooches and their people pals? I walked the floor of the Global Pet Expo in Orlando last March.
Road tripping in the Sunshine State? Here are five reasons to use the Florida Department of Transportation’s (FDOT) 511 when traveling in Florida. Reason #1 It’s a real-time, traffic resource provided by FDOT, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Reason #2 Traffic updates cover anything from construction and crashes to lane closures, congestion, severe weather and detours on all of Florida’s interstates, toll roads and...