Solo Travel

Istanbul on a Whim

Noelle Reno | Posted 22.04.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Noelle Reno

"What am I waiting for?!" I'm always waiting on something; a man, a deal, a friend. Not least of all waiting to travel to places I've always wanted to see. Fast forward 10 hours and I'm en route to the land that joins the East and West.

Solo Travel: You Don't Need A Significant Other to Enjoy Somewhere Like the Cotswolds

Poorna Bell | Posted 17.03.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Poorna Bell

The reaction to telling people you're going to holiday on your own is generally received in three ways: some are genuinely envious, others think you're mad but will be polite, and others will just say: you're mad. Especially if you're going to weekend break central: the Cotswolds.

Safety and Preparation for Travel in India

Lauren Razavi | Posted 05.03.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Lauren Razavi

In just a few weeks, I'll be heading to India for the very first time. I know that I already love the people, the food and the culture, so even with a lot of other things to do in the period before I go, my excitement is already reaching a huge peak.

Singles Cruises: Advice for Sailing Solo

John MacLachlan | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
John MacLachlan

Taking a cruise holiday on your own can sometimes be a bit daunting. It can also be expensive, with many cruise lines charging supplements to cover the revenue that they're missing out on by booking only one guest into a room instead of two. There are a few things that someone wanting to cruise solo could be concerned about.

Are You Strong Enough to Be a Solo Traveller?

Emma Rose Black | Posted 13.09.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Emma Rose Black

It's extremely scary to rock up in a country which is so very different from your own and travel around. You have to get used to a lot of strange concepts and idiosyncrasies of an entirely new and alien environment. But we do it because we want to get away from the complacency and stagnation of our comfort zone.

Travel Tips From the Top Bloggers

Jayne Gorman | Posted 03.08.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Jayne Gorman

There is a sassy, globetrotting, female elite out there who have made travel a central part of what they do for a living. They are constantly on the road, sourcing hot spots and the not so hot, and sharing it with their online travel communities. I asked some of these top female bloggers to share their travel tips.

Single, Childless and Christmas - Trying Out a New Solution to a Tricky Equation

Katherine Baldwin | Posted 19.02.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Katherine Baldwin

Why did I choose to miss carols by candlelight, Christmas parties with friends, cosy nights in the pub and a few precious days chilling with my family? Why did I decide to travel so far away from the people I love when everyone else was going home?

Single Traveller: The Pros and Cons of a Holiday for One

Jayne Gorman | Posted 16.12.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Jayne Gorman

Can there be anything more deliciously self-indulgent than solo travel? Going where you want, when you want? Creating your own agenda, sticking to it if you wish, and ditching it if you don't?

Solo Travel: Holidaying Alone Doesn't Have to be Lonely

Karen Edwards | Posted 11.01.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Karen Edwards

We've all been there at some stage, haven't we? You're desperately in need of a holiday (a week in Kos or maybe something more exotic) but your partner/mates are far too busy with their hectic work lives. So what do you do? Wait until someone's free (but it seems like you've waited months already) - OR go on your own? Yes! You could go on holiday on your own!