I met up with a travel buddy recently and we were talking about our adventures during the Summer. He said how depressing he found it returning from being away and asked me if I felt the same. I replied, actually no, and he gave me a quizzical look. I explained that as I hadn’t reallyContinue reading “Three ways that Solo Travel shaped my Summer”
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Shit sandals in Scotland
If you’ve never taken the train up the east coast of the UK then you’ve never really travelled. That’s just my opinion, of course. North of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, it’s the most delightful journey. The track wends its way through Northumberland, cutting through the countryside and hugging the coastline, affording stunning views of the North Sea. AboveContinue reading “Shit sandals in Scotland”
So Long 2018 – my year in photos
Well, I have to say, it’s been quite a year – solo travel and otherwise. Despite taking a large chunk of the spring and summer off to invest some time and money in my brother’s wedding, I still managed to make it to seven countries, five of which were new ones. I’m the first toContinue reading “So Long 2018 – my year in photos”
Don’t be afraid to walk alone. Don’t be afraid to like it.
I board the bus and I greet the driver. “Good morning,”, I say, giving him my brightest smile. “I’m going to Balmedie, please”. He smiles back and then winks at me. “That’s a coincidence! So am I.”