For those who love to travel, without being "alone"
Seychelles or bust....
Barb Ayers talked me into this in 1989. I have no regrets. What a great location.
Let's visit Santa Fe, New Mexico as a woman independent traveler. I just did it this month and you can, too. I'll share my travel mistakes and give you tips for travel. I also answer your questions, so go ahead and ask me.
In this episode: FAQ on how to keep food and meal costs low? The
destination is Santa Fe, New Mexico, the mistake is almost causing havoc on the
road, and travel advice is to travel or not on a holiday? FAQ:
Advice on how to
keep food/meal costs low while traveling? Keeping food costs low is … Club stores: Sam’s, Costco lets you
buy in bulk, so if you are in a trip where you can bulk up, do so right away.
For example, you may need to get a case of bottled water, especially in a
foreign country. You may find that the Club stores have really great pricing on
bulk water, other beverages, and even staples like peanut butter and jelly. We get our gas, too, and to save
time, get there before it opens. Go to the back of the groc…
Are you travelling in the great Northwest this year? If you are, what is your favorite activity to do on the road? We just returned from a 4500 mile car trip, the ultimate road trip, really. We went north through all of the US through to Canada and even up into Banff and Jasper National Parks, before going west to Vancouver, then down through Washington and Oregon before returning to San Diego, California.
This image includes some of the activities in Oregon (top two) and Washington (bottom two). The top left is on the beach in Brookings, Mill Beach. A residential area with only about 5 parking spots, so I doubt this will ever be a busy beach. Brookings is just north of the California border on Highway 5. The top right photo, also Brookings, shows a man on a boat called Lady Louise who sells crabs. These are the freshest crabs that I ever tasted. He catches them using traps during the morning, sells them all that day. He offers a fair price and then steams them for you. You will find…
I want to travel independently, does that makes sense? Written
by: Lizandra Jimenez Rodriguez
When traveling becomes a great
passion, you usually keep a bucket list framed at your desk or in the lock
screen of your phone. You never stop planning or deciding when, where, and how
to get to the next place. There are tons of ways to travel, however,
independent travel has been always a popular one for those seeking adventure,
exploring on their own, or simply trying to get away from the traditional and
superficial (for some) tourist routine. A myth we need to forget is that
independent travel is not all about backpacking in Europe
or climbing the Everest; in fact, it can be done in many ways including
different levels of budget and luxury. Also, independent travel can be done
solo or with an affinity group with a particularly crafted itinerary. This
makes it very different from escorted traveling of course. Companies have
understood how escorted traveling is not for everyone and today we s…