10 Tips from a Seasoned Solo Traveler
I’ve been traveling in different parts of the world for many years now, and I’ve made all kinds of mistakes: overpacking, underpacking, getting lost, losing my ATM card and not having a backup, arriving at a new airport at night with no information, getting overcharged in taxis, not speaking the language, eating bad food… you name it.
In my new article on Transitions Abroad, 10 Tips from a Seasoned Solo Traveler, I share my best tips from my best trips in Latin America, Europe and Asia. Here are more photos from places I mention in the story:
The pavement turns to dust in China:
A bus station in Belize:
Dive boats on Malapascua in the Philippines:
Roasted pig in the Philippines:
A Buddhist temple in South Korea:
Traditional dancers and drummers in South Korea:
Namdemun market in Seoul, South Korea:
The municipal market in Valladolid, Mexico:
Making friends with a monkey in Thailand:
Thanks for reading the article, and happy travels!
Posted on August 18, 2015, in Lessons from the Road, Travel and tagged buddhist temple, china, markets, mexico, philippines, solo travel, thailand, travel tips, world travel. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.