Lisa Owen

There’s more to Indonesia than Bali – more than 6,000 inhabited islands in fact. And just next door you have the far less touristy island of Java.

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Travelin solo in Europe? We’ve put together a list of 10 cities that are most welcoming for solo travelers and can be easily navigated alone.

Lisa Owen

Keen for an adventure that takes you crater side to an active volcano? Then head over to the Indonesian island of Java and you’ll find Mt Bromo belching white sulphuric smoke amid a valley of lava fields.

Samuel Turner

The exotic rich smells of peppermint tea and incense flowing through the streets, the mesmerizing and tangling alleyways of the medinas and the organized chaos that is Moroccan markets and eateries overwhelmed my senses and expectations.

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Once the first real snow of winter hits the ground, snow bunnies flock from all over to ascend up dusty access roads to untouched white fields. Queenstown is a worthy ski spot to inspire international travelers.

Sally Watson

One awkward aspect of solo travel can be dining. Even well traveled, independent people can feel uncomfortable eating in a restaurant without a companion. To combat the isolation, here are some tips for dining alone.

Lisa Owen

Magical Myanmar. Bordered by Thailand, Laos and China, Myanmar is a must do on any south east Asian itinerary. One of the best places to experience this captivating country is the ancient city of Bagan.

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Cinco de Mayo is an excuse to eat Mexican food, drink margaritas and party hard here in the US. But in Mexico, the 5th of May is celebrated a little differently. 

Casey Hawkins

One of the most exciting things about visiting a new country is getting to try all the exotic and unusual foods, like "Wagashi" in Japan.

Lisa Owen

If you’re looking for a slice of Europe off the beaten path, I found it in the Balkans. The Eastern European countries of Kosovo and Macedonia are easy to transit between and offer up history, views and cheap food but without the crowds.

 

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