When the girls are out there is no one that can stop them. Doing a best friend trip & living your best life with your girls will not only create stronger bonds and amazing experiences. Spending time with your gurl friends is necessary, so show your love for them and plan that girls trip!
The most difficult part about moving to a new place is getting started. When that new place is in another country, where English isn't the dominant language, the level of difficulty rises significantly. Add a dose of shyness and crippling social anxiety, and a year abroad can start to look like a quite a daunting prospect. Luckily for me, these difficulties were balanced by curiosity, determination, and nearly ten years of previous study in Spanish, which ultimately made my year studying in Sevilla, Spain a transformative one.
I love to roam—to wander at will.
DISCLAIMER: YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE FEMALE TO FIND THIS ARTICLE USEFUL OR INTERESTING. IT'S IMPORTANT FOR EVERYONE TO UNDERSTAND HOW TO DEAL WITH PERIODS FOR SUPPORT AND EDUCATIVE REASONS.
Have you ever traveled alone? Especially in the places where you are warned not to go alone because of the safety issues?
Definitely not something I was thinking about in much depth when preparing for my first solo trip, but it was bound to happen at some point. Excitement, adrenaline, endorphins. All the best feelings that boil over in that restless long-haul flight into the unknown. On a completely unrelated note—Dad, please don't read this one.
Road trips are a perfect adventure you can plan with your girlfriends to have fun and see amazing places. You should start preparing for the trip at least a few days in advance so you make sure you have everything you need. It is important to have fun and enjoy the process, however, staying safe is a must. So, before you go, make sure everything is in order, and if you need help, read our little guide to figure out what you should keep an eye on.
The global travel industry has witnessed significant expansion in the female solo traveling community.
If you're anything like me, then toughing it out in the wilderness is new, uncharted territory for you. While I love being out in nature to hike for a day and enjoying the view, I'm not afraid to admit that I'm high maintenance. That being said, when it was suggested I camp at Boundary Waters and truly tough it out in the wildness, I was a little apprehensive.
A year ago, on April 29th, 2018, I realized my dream of going to India. It was the dream of my life. It was my project. I was studying with the ambition of going to India at the end. I was working and saving money with the goal of making my dream come true. Finally, the end of my studies two years ago, and the accumulation of small jobs, made my dream come true much faster than anything I could have planned.
While the first time around can be intimidating, travelling alone can be really rewarding. For female solo travellers, there are a few extra precautions that are worth taking, but you can still travel very safely in most areas.