Last updated on January 7th, 2023
JourneyWoman’s Guide to Solo Travel in the
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Mother-Daughter Misadventures: Stranded in Safed, Israel
In this lighthearted mother-daughter misadventure, guest wrier Jessica Heriot shares her story of getting stranded in Safed, Israel with her daughter Anita.
Christine Osbourne’s Fearless Memoir “Travels with My Hat” Takes you on a Solo Tour of the Middle East
Beloved by solo travellers, ‘Travels with My Hat: A Lifetime on the Road,’ by Australian Christine Osborne, is an incredible story of a fearless, brave woman, who travelled to remote areas of Ethiopia, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Iraq, Pakistan, and Morocco at a time well before the Internet, travel guides and mass tourism.
Virtual Tours that Stimulate the Senses
Although there is no substitute for actually being in a place, these guided virtual tours may be the next best thing in our time of isolation. Google Maps has compiled treks and trips from around the globe to stimulate your senses.
What it’s Like to Travel as a Solo Woman in Afghanistan
Alex Reynolds is an American JourneyWoman who has scrambled up dusty fortresses in Afghanistan, watched gods dance in South India, followed spirit dogs through the Caucasus mountains, and smoked with shamans in Pakistan. Her travel blog, Lost With Purpose, serves as a guide to help others do the same.
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What to Wear in Israel
The JourneyWoman network shares their best tips and advice on what to pack and how to dress like the locals when travelling to Israel.
What to Wear in Iran
The JourneyWoman network shares their best tips and advice on what to pack and how to dress like the locals when travelling to Iran.
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