Women travellers and experts offer tips and wisdom on taking the first shaky step into solo travel after loss.
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After a disastrous first post-loss trip with a fellow widow, a solo traveller learns that the only way to get what she wants out of travel is to go solo.
Diving headfirst back into solo travel after losing her husband helps a widowed traveller find herself again.
A widowed traveller finds strength and healing in the self-reflection and challenge of solo travel and never looks back.
After the death of her husband Gabe in 2018, the prospect of going through life solo filled Amanda with dread. She faced her grief, anger and loneliness in a two-week solo travel adventure in New Zealand.
The friendship of women, especially over age 65, is invaluable. They have seen both the joys and sorrow of life and are so ready to be in the moment.
Grief and loss are part of the human experience. Indeed, it’s something the world is feeling collectively right now, gripped as we are by a pandemic. Our stories have one common thread: We all found healing in travel.
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