Whilst hugely rewarding, solo travel is not always an easy undertaking. Some places are better suited to the single, whilst others can be testing. If you’re considering appropriate locations, here are my suggestions on Solo Friendly Destinations.
One of the most successful blog pieces thus far for Wing Woman Adventures has been: Silly Things Said to Australians in Canada. But since then, many more silly things have been said – so I’m following it up with a Part 2!
Ever wondered what Montreal Canada is like? This blog, Things I Miss About Montreal, might give you an idea of her positives. To be fair I also included what I don’t miss. To Montreal’s credit, the list of what I miss is significantly longer than what I don’t! I guess this is testament to my love for this city and its people.
For an Australian who had never really experienced REAL cold, experiencing a Canadian winter of below zero temperatures was a bit of a shock. I learnt that surviving happily through winter requires more than just warm clothes. You have to be able to adapt to not only the cold, but the heat indoors as well. Here are some Health and Beauty Tips to Survive a Canadian Winter.
If you’re heading to beautiful Cambodia – you may have some questions about money. To help you be street smart about your cash, get your head around the currency and make the most of your travelling budget, here are 10 money tips for Cambodia.
I’ve written to Montreal Weather after her repeat weather warnings: Snow Storm warning, Heat warning, Storm warning and last night’s Rain warning. The warnings have gone on and on. It’s been stressful at times. Yet, I want to make things work. I really love her despite her volatile nature. So I have written her a letter.
Get your camera ready – this is one picturesque, quaint, UNESCO World Heritage listed, walled city! Here is a guide to seeing some of the key locations of Old Québec on foot.
If you’re heading to a tropical location in Asia, I’m sure that bathers, shorts, tank tops and flip-flops are on the top of your list to take. But what else should you consider when packing for South East Asia?
When travelling or moving to a new city, it is only natural to want to meet people. In this digital age, with busy lives, it is quite convenient to connect online. After relocating to Montreal, I ventured into the online dating world to see who I might meet. Yet I was overcome with shocked and amused, disbelief at some of the profile photos some men used! Here are some of the mistakes men make when setting their profile photo.