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destinations for solo female travelers

12 Best Destinations for Solo Female Travelers

I adore wandering the world. I spend too money much on plane tickets, watch too many travel orientated television shows, and stare at too many glossy pictures on Instagram. Naturally, I don’t let a lack of a travel partner stop me from pursuing my dreams to the fullest. Taking risks has transformed me into a […]

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scotland photos

Photo Essay: 50 Photos that will Inspire You to Visit Scotland

In my “traveling career,” I’ve visited Scotland twice.  Lush, green, beautiful, wild Scotland. Both times this country’s scenery and cityscapes blew me away. Don’t be surprised if Scotland calls me back again. I can’t get enough of this place. I’m not even kidding. If I could move tomorrow, I would. On my most recent trip, […]

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edinburgh's literary sites

Edinburgh is a Literature Lover’s Paradise

Edinburgh’s Literary Sites are Everywhere. Scotland’s well known city is not only one of the most popular destinations for visitors, but it’s a UNESCO City of Literature. A book lover’s dream come true. I mean, this is the city that hosts a freakin’ book festival every single August! Amazing, huh? If you love literary travel, […]

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travel mishaps

My Canceled Train (or Why Travel Mishaps Aren’t So Bad)

Remember when I wrote about my hilarious travel screw ups? Brightly colored Instagram photos at luxury resorts (usually with a skinny hot girl posing with a coconut drink on a beach) don’t reflect the reality of travel. Travel is messy. Mistakes happen especially in unfamiliar cities and cultures. Luckily I always laugh at myself. My mistakes create […]

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vilnius travel advice

Beginners Guide: Vilnius Lithuania

Whoa, sounds cool. Where is that?  Honestly, I didn’t know much about Vilnius prior to my own visit either. As someone who’s obsessed with travel, especially to Europe, I had already heard wonderful stories about Riga and Tallinn from other people. The Baltics called my name for weeks, enticing me, until I finally caved and […]

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