So you have decided to travel solo? How do you choose your first destination? This article lists out all things you need to consider.
You might consider yourself a true traveler — always eager to try new experiences, sample local food, and immerse yourself in the local culture. But how about trying the local toilets? This is a complete guide to different types of toilets…
Whether you’re a seasoned traveler looking for new inspiration, or an aspiring one looking for that extra push to get you out of your comfort zones, these are the perfect additions to your reading list.
Staying in hostels is part and parcel of backpacking. Apart from being a cheaper alternative to hotels, hostels offer something that hotels don’t: the opportunity to make friends with other guests. This is a guide on how to survive your first time in a hostel.
How do introverts fare as solo travelers? Does traveling solo means you’ll get to be alone all the time? Or will you be forced to interact with people? Here’s your complete guide to solo traveling as an introvert.
I started traveling solo when I was 21, back when women traveling solo was practically unheard of in my community. Does that mean I was’t scared? No, I was terrified!
Losing your phone is one of the most dreaded thing to happen to you, especially if you’re traveling thousands of miles away from home.. and alone. This happened to me in Latvia, and here’s what I learned from the experience.
For those of us who travel for a living, and those who travel to keep themselves sane, all these movement restrictions are not just mere annoyances. They can wreak havoc on our mental health. Here’s how to deal with cabin fever when you can’t travel.