Despite COVID, I continue to save for travel, wherever and whenever my next trip may be. I usually roll over leftover cash from one trip to another and add more money a month or two before traveling. Over the summer I started putting aside small bills ($5s and $10s) for when I eventually travel. ToContinue reading “Free Travel Fund Printables (For August 2020)”
This is the final post in my 2020 March Madness series. For my final blog post, I’m talking about things to do in St. John, Antigua.
After returning from my solo trip to Antigua, I realized that I had a good amount of footage of my glamping tent and decided to make a vlog.
Have you ever wanted to go camping? Have you ever wanted to go glamping? Have you ever wanted to pack your things and go on a solo vacation? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this is a blog post for you!
I took a solo trip to Antigua at the beginning of March 2020. As I browsed for activities and restaurants to try, I kept two travel goals in mind. I wanted to learn how to make more foods when I traveled, and I wanted to try more curry from around the world. The activity that I eventually found perfectly fulfilled those goals.
I’ve done a lot of traveling over the years. I would characterize much of it as solo travel despite all of my trips not fitting a traditional definition of solo travel. Solo travel is not just you going off somewhere wholly alone. I would argue that there are actually about 3 different types of “solo”Continue reading “Travel Basics 100: Types of Solo Travel”