Guanajuato solo travel: is it safe? I visit Guanajuato regularly by myself since it’s close to Mexico City. Here are my experiences traveling alone as a woman in Guanajuato City.
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This solo trip to Los Angeles guide was written by Kate Slater, a 20-something travel blogger from New Zealand. Kate started traveling solo at a very young age and in her blog, she gives inspiration to people her age to do the same.
This Algarve solo travel guide was written by Linn Haglund, a travel blogger, and writer based in Southern Spain. In her blog, you will find many interesting and local tips in planning your trip to Algarve Portugal!
This solo trip to New York guide was written by Talek Nantes, a travel blogger from NYC. In her blog, Talek shares information on unique destinations and provides actionable travel tips and advice to help travelers make the most of their travel time.
I talked to 12 experienced solo travelers about their best solo trips in the US recommendations and here are their suggested itineraries including safety tips!
Uber is not allowed in Puerto Vallarta airport so you’ll end up paying a lot of money for an authorized taxi service. In this post, I will share with you 6 ways on how to get to Sayulita from Puerto Vallarta Airport for a lower price.
Puerto Escondido solo travel: how do I do this? I know Mexico gets a lot of bad press but here’s my personal story about feeling safe in Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca, Mexico!
These Sayulita travel tips are from my 2 years living in Sayulita. Sayulita is not a hard place to travel to because it’s a small town – you’ll learn everything in a week. However, it’s still best to be prepared before coming here.
Looking for things to do in Sayulita, Nayarit, Mexico? I live in Sayulita and here are my local tips! If you ever come, get in touch and let’s meet!
Many readers of this blog ask me: can you actually do things in Sayulita by yourself? This 7-day Sayulita itinerary will give you an insight on how to spend a week by yourself. Promise, it is doable and it will be fun!
So, it’s your first night in town and you got swiped right. Which Sayulita restaurants and bars are good for Tinder dates? I lived here for 2 years and let me give you some suggestions.