• Is solo female travel safe? Won't I feel lonely when I travel on my own? These solo female travel myths are all over the place–and it's time to debunk them! Tune in to this episode of the Girls Go Abroad podcast to learn more.
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    8 Solo Female Travel Myths That Are Completely False [Girls Go Abroad Episode 012]

    This week on the Girls Go Abroad podcast we’re going to be debunking some of the biggest solo female travel myths, from the idea that women traveling on their own isn’t safe to the fear that people will look at you weird. So let’s dive right in! In this episode we discuss… Solo female travel myths surrounding safety-and why they’re not true How to keep yourself from feeling lonely on the road Why you don’t have to be sad, single, and extroverted to travel solo Be sure to click play to listen to the full episode! [et_bloom_inline optin_id=”optin_6″] The 8 Biggest Solo Female Travel Myths Myth #1: Solo female travel…

  • Aren't hostels dirty, scary, and disgusting? Nope! In this episode of the Girls Go Abroad podcast, we're talking all about booking hostels as a solo female traveler, from what to look for in a good hostel, boutique and luxury hostels, and common mistakes to avoid when booking hostels as a solo female traveler. Click through to tune in!
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    The Ultimate Guide to Booking Hostels as a Solo Female Traveler [Girls Go Abroad Podcast Episode 010]

    This week on Girls Go Abroad we’re talking all about booking hostels as a solo female traveler. Aren’t hostels scary, dirty, and disgusting? That’s the fear of so many first-time solo female travelers, and I get it. Because the fact of the matter is that hostels can be scary, dirty, and disgusting, and even just a few years ago that was pretty much par for the course. But these days, hostels are absolutely having a moment, and with boutique, luxury, and design hostels all on the rise, there are so many absolutely amazing hostels out there. Staying in hostels as a solo female traveler is, in my opinion, really the…

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    15 Online Cooking Classes That Let You Travel the World Through Food

    By far one of my most favorite things to do when traveling is take a cooking class. Whether it’s paella in Valencia, pasta in Rome, waffles in Brussels, or Nasi Goreng in Bali, learning how to cook local dishes from local chefs is one of the most valuable experiences you can have. Not only do you get to spend a few hours with a local and bring a recipe home, but you get a delicious meal at the end of it all! Now that we’re all stuck at home, there are actually a BUNCH of cooking classes that have moved online–meaning that you can still travel the world with your…

  • A bird's eye view of Lisbon, Portugal
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    22 Stunning Pictures of Portugal That WIll Inspire You To Go

    Perhaps one of my favorite trips in recent memory was the 2 weeks I spent traveling solo through the captivating country of Portugal. From the colorful cities to the magical small towns and jaw-dropping nature, Portugal can be whatever you want it to be. These 22 pictures of Portugal prove just that. Pictures of Portugal Portugal is a country of color. In Porto, the red rooftops and brightly-painted houses brighten even the darkest of days… In Lisbon, the story is much the same: colorful walls, beautiful tiles, and red-top roofs stretching for miles… But they take their own unique spin on things too… In small-town Aveiro, the eye-catching moliceiros (boats)…

  • If you're looking for something to do when you're stuck at home and missing travel, then you need to read these 17 solo female travel books! They include Eat, Pray, Love, Wild, and more! #travel #books
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    17 Solo Female Travel Books to Read When You’re Stuck At Home [Girls Go Abroad Episode 008]

    LISTEN ON ITUNES / STITCHER / SPOTIFY This week on the Girls Go Abroad podcast I’m sharing 17 great solo female travel books to read when you’re stuck at home. The world is a really crazy place at this moment in time, but for me I think one of the best ways to cope with that is to get inspiration for future trips. And one of my favorite ways to do that is to read really good travel writing. So with that in mind, I’m planning on doing quite a bit of that over the next few weeks–and I want to invite you on the journey. So today I want to share 17 inspirational books…

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    30+ Pictures of the Scottish Highlands That Will Inspire You To Go

    There are a lot of places in this world that I love, but none of them quite beat my adopted home of Scotland. Although I left for what would turn out to basically be for good a few weeks ago (thanks, pandemic, for canceling the rest of my semester and college life), I think I’ll always be a little bit a lot in love with this place. Over the 3 1/2 (of what was supposed to be 4) years I spent living in Scotland, I explored so much (though not as much as I wish I had). And I want to share some of those adventures with you while we’re…