Awesome Things to Do in Lafayette Louisiana the BIG List of Stuff to Do!

Awesome Things to Do in Lafayette Louisiana the BIG List of Stuff to Do!

Louisiana is the first state in the whole United States of America that I visited. But I didn’t go to Lafayette, I went to New Orleans for Jazz Fest and that was my intro to all things Louisiana. I danced to Zydeco music and ate every type of Cajun food that found its way into […]

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Solo Traveler Interview: Linda on the Run (Linda Malys Yore)

Solo Traveler Interview: Linda on the Run (Linda Malys Yore)

This month our solo travel interview is with Linda on the Run aka Linda Malys Yore. And Linda is literally on the run, as an active triathlete and long time running enthusiast. She’s done half and full marathons. Linda is a baby boomer – she’s 66 years old – and didn’t get into competing in […]

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Solo Traveler Guide to Visiting Glacier National Park Montana

Solo Traveler Guide to Visiting Glacier National Park Montana

A trip to Glacier National Park in Montana is on many bucket lists around the globe. In May 2018 I was one of the lucky people who got to experience GNP for a few days. Initially I only planned two days in Glacier, but I added two more because the weather was so nice. I […]

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The Solo Traveler’s Guide to Surviving Japan

The Solo Traveler’s Guide to Surviving Japan

Natoya from the travel blog The Kawaii Traveler is guest author with her advice and tips on traveling to Japan alone. Afraid to travel to Japan by yourself? Fear no more! Natoya’s got you covered with this handy Japan solo travel guide that will give you the knowledge and confidence you need to tour around […]

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5 Easy Hikes in Kananaskis – Best Hiking Near Calgary

5 Easy Hikes in Kananaskis – Best Hiking Near Calgary

Every year millions of people visit the Canadian Rockies. While Banff National Park is the most visited national park in Canada you do have other options for hiking in the Rockies. There are plenty of places with less crowded hiking trails, which are great picks when driving from Calgary for a day trip. Whether you’re […]

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How to Spend 48 Hours in Melaka (Malacca) Malaysia

How to Spend 48 Hours in Melaka (Malacca) Malaysia

Yen from the travel blog Swing Abroad is guest author with this article about solo travel to Melaka (Malacca) Malaysia. Learn about this historic city and find the best things to do when traveling alone to Melaka. I visited Malacca Malaysia in 1993 when I enjoyed my first round of vagabond life, solo backpacking around […]

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Things to Do in Belfast Maine – Cool Midcoast Maine Attractions

Things to Do in Belfast Maine – Cool Midcoast Maine Attractions

Driving around Maine in autumn is the perfect time to see New England foliage at it’s best and enjoy delicious seafood. But there’s more to Maine than great food and amazing fall colors. In this article you’ll discover I found lots of cool things to do in Belfast Maine. You will find that Maine is […]

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Texas Road Trip From Austin to Alpine Marfa Big Bend and More

Texas Road Trip From Austin to Alpine Marfa Big Bend and More

I found some cool places to visit during my Texas road trip vacation so I’m going to share with you some of the best of the west TX travel spots. Living in Austin for over 15 years I took lots of short road trips, mostly day trips or weekend getaways. Since driving from Austin to […]

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Solo Traveler Interview: Nomadic Matt (Matthew Kepnes)

Solo Traveler Interview: Nomadic Matt (Matthew Kepnes)

Today Solo Trips and Tips is kicking off a new interview series with solo travelers around the world. I’ll be talking with a variety of people about traveling solo and getting their best advice and travel tips. I’m happy to introduce Matthew Kepnes of Nomadic Matt travel blog. Before I started Solo Trips and Tips […]

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Elbow Falls Hike Bragg Creek – Perfect Picnic by a Waterfall

Elbow Falls Hike Bragg Creek – Perfect Picnic by a Waterfall

Elbow Falls Trail is always a good road trip stop if you’re near Bragg Creek Alberta in Kananaskis Country. In the springtime and after heavy rains the water is flowing faster and creating bigger waterfalls on the Elbow River. While the picnic tables washed away in the flood of 2013 it’s still a pretty place […]

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Meat Cove Cape Breton Boardwalk Hike and Lunch at Chowder Hut

Meat Cove Cape Breton Boardwalk Hike and Lunch at Chowder Hut

Making my way up and down the winding Cape Breton roadway with coastal views of the Atlantic I had no idea what I would find at the end of the road. I knew my desired destination, Meat Cove, but I wasn’t quite sure if I would make it there in my little car. Meat Cove […]

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Troll Falls Hike Kananaskis Alberta – Beautiful Waterfall

Troll Falls Hike Kananaskis Alberta – Beautiful Waterfall

Troll Falls is an easy Kananaskis hike for all types of hikers. I saw a lot of families with their kids on the Troll Falls trail in the summer. This hiking trail is also popular in winter. People go cross-country skiing or snowshoeing when enough snow is present. The Troll Falls is a beautiful little […]

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