Interview With Solo Traveler Elaine Cheung

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Introduce yourself! Who are you? and which country do you come from/ call home? My name is Elaine. I’m originally from Los Angeles, CA, USA, but I’m currently calling a small city in Ecuador home.     Where have you been (name the countries you visited) This will be a long list… Americas:  Canada, USA, […]

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Interview With Solo Traveler Michaela Simone

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Introduce yourself! Who are you? and which country do you come from/ call home? My name is Michaela Simone. I have many nicknames. People abroad usually call me “Micha”, but my close friends know me as ‘Mickey or Mick’ I consider the world my home, although I was born in Farrell, Pennsylvania, USA, a small town outside of […]

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Interview With Solo Traveler Zhuorui Fu

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Introduce yourself! Who are you? and which country do you come from/ call home? My name is Zhu. I am a Chinese girl born and raised in Shenzhen, the technological and entrepreneurial superhub and mega metropole of the East until I was 17. Before that, I went on exchange to California, New York, and Finland. […]

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8 things you learn when travelling solo

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When I started to tell my friends and family that I was going to live in Berlin. Their first question was the same: With who are you going to Berlin with? When I said I was going on my own, their responses were all very similar. “Wow, that shows character!” “Aren’t you scared?” “Will it be safe?” […]

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My Travel Essentials

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On my last travel post, I received a bunch of questions. But the ones that jumped out are; What do you bring with you when you go travelling? And What are your travel essentials -must-haves. I decided to create a blog post on the question; “What are my travel essentials – my absolute must haves”? […]

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TRAVEL DIARY VIETNAM: VOLUME 2

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It’s been a week since my last post about Vietnam. Five days ago I arrived in Hoi An and I am staying in a lovely family homestay called the Mai Hung Homestay.  The owner used to be a literature teacher for second-grade students until he had to retire. He is always a well known published […]

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