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Solo Travel @ New Zealand

After been working for 9 months, successfully i manage to get a visitor visa so then i have decided to travel after 9 months earning. planned the route and where to start and also the budget.. 435 more words


287. Irish Countryside & Comcomroe Abbey, Ireland

The Irish countryside is stunning.

Throughout the drive, I got so fascinated by the stone walls erected along the landscape – apparently used to demarcate land ownership, according to my guide. 112 more words


Traveling Solo: Tackling my fears

You never know what kind of response you’ll get when you tell people you’re planning to visit South America as a solo female traveler. About 50 percent say to me, “Good for you! 198 more words


286. Dunguaire Castle, Ireland

After the memorable journey from Manchester, Allison and I arrived in Dublin early in the morning and headed to the tour office. We’d booked a local tour by Paddywagon to explore the Cliffs of Moher (ie the place Westlife shot ‘My Love’) because there was no way we could find it on our own within our time constraint. 190 more words


Getting Lost and Losing Yourself

Four hundred days ago today I took a flight from London to Hong Kong on my way to the other side of the world. I left everything and everyone I knew behind, apart from fifteen kgs of fresh backpack and a crumpled New Zealand Working Holiday visa.  983 more words


Looking back, thinking forward

Sometimes it’s really good to take time to reflect, on what’s passed, what’s to come and the distance travelled in between.

Reflection is something that’s been a big part of my week too, both in putting together the artcle below and about anticipating an event this weekend, a nervous return to something from years gone by – more to follow on that in my next post….. 43 more words

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Why Gutsy Women Travel

The first time I traveled alone, I spent part of my time on a backpacker bus in New Zealand. As far as solo travel, that’s about as easy as it gets — … 153 more words