Art of Solo Travel: A Girls' Guide to Long Term Travel

Art of Solo Travel A Girls Guide to Long Term Travel Considering solo travel Do you want to feed the pigeons in Rome hike in the Himalayas brunch on the Sydney waterfront party all night in Bangkok and then move on to Buenos Aires Don t let being sin

  • Title: Art of Solo Travel: A Girls' Guide to Long Term Travel
  • Author: Stephanie Lee
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 178
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Considering solo travel Do you want to feed the pigeons in Rome, hike in the Himalayas, brunch on the Sydney waterfront, party all night in Bangkok and then move on to Buenos Aires Don t let being single stop you from exploring the world.Women travelling solo People do it you know And you ll find the world is a friendlier place than you might expect The Art of Solo TravConsidering solo travel Do you want to feed the pigeons in Rome, hike in the Himalayas, brunch on the Sydney waterfront, party all night in Bangkok and then move on to Buenos Aires Don t let being single stop you from exploring the world.Women travelling solo People do it you know And you ll find the world is a friendlier place than you might expect The Art of Solo Travel A Girls Guide will answer your practical questions, relieve you of your fears, and get you out the door, enjoying the world in all its fullness.The Art of Solo Travel A Girls Guide includes Cost saving tips on accommodation, transport, airline tickets and Advice on relationships and health on the road Pre planning advice on how to quit your current life and deal with nay sayers A short guide to eating and drinking alone plus how to find local friends Packing advice from bag style to what to put in it How to save money for your trip.This book is not for you If you are already an experienced solo traveler If you are happy to put up with a week s vacation a year If you never want to leave your city, let alone travel abroad If you are looking for every step to be planned for you Go on a tour If you plan on roughing it hiking and camping your way around the world.But if you re adventurous, independent and curious about the world it s going to be great.And if you re interested in traveling abroad but don t know if you can, this book will help you decide From the author, Stephanie Lee Turning 30 was an enigma for me After achieving expected milestones the steady partner, the career ladder, the coveted house behind the picket fence I found myself in limbo.All of a sudden I experienced a scattered sense of identity and started to rethink life Unable to tolerate the rat race and conform to society any longer, I quit my job as an architect, left the partner I was about to marry, sold the house I was working to pay for, and said goodbye to my friends and all that was familiar to embark on open ended extended solo travel.I left my entire life in Sydney in the hope that travel would reveal marvellous and meaningful experiences, and that I might be able to answer unanswerable questions for myself The path was vague but like a rolling stone I wandered along and soon discovered that I was good at travelling on my own I documented my adventures through three continents, 20 countries, and over 50 cities.My journey tested me physically and mentally, but the experiences I gained couchsurfing with 30 strangers all over Europe, crab hunting in the Arabian Gulf, attending secret siestas with the Spanish, climbing an active South East Asian volcano at dawn will stay with me forever Reviews Daily, I see questions from women of all ages asking if traveling solo is safe The uncertainty in their written words is overwhelming at times They not only feel a bit lost but also stuck in the darkness Because of this, Stephanie Lee s e book is a ray of sunshine, shedding a bright light full of answers down on those planning their escape On TravelBlogsThe majority of the guide is Lee s first hand advice to all the daunting details her one bag rule, what you need and don t need ahem, too many shoes , ways to save up for your trip, realistic budgeting, couchsurfing with grace, how to maximize time at internet cafes and .

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    1. When Stephanie Lee began planning her solo round-the-world trip, she struggled to find resources that spoke to her as a young female who wanted to travel on her own. Upon return from her trip, she compiled the answers to all of her questions for future travelers. The result is The Art of Solo Travel, an e-book for women on how to plan and take a solo trip around the world.Lee breaks her book down into six parts:The first part, Why Travel Alone?, helps women weigh the advantages and disadvantages [...]

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