Tag Archives: Solo Travel

8 Adventurous and Rebellious Women

Throughout history, bold women have been casting off the shackles of conventional life. Women who fought courageously and tirelessly to assert themselves as individuals and experts in their field, something most men have had the luxury of taking for granted. … Continue reading

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Abalone Sea Cave & Portuguese Bend Palos Verdes

Smoke from fires set by Native Americans, hunting game on the hillsides overlooking San Pedro Bay, inspired Portuguese explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo to name this natural harbor Bahia de los Fumos or “Bay of Smokes.” On October 8, 1542, when … Continue reading

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Why You Should Take In The Views From Point Vicente

Set on the curve of a steep cliff, where it has stood since 1926, the San Vicente Lighthouse is a historical beauty that continues to renew its usefulness with every passing night. The Vicente Lighthouse has long been one of … Continue reading

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This State Park Is Home To The Rarest Pine Tree In North America.

If the stress of everyday life is weighing you down, take a trip to Torrey Pines State Reserve just north of San Diego. Torrey Pines State Reserve is home to one of the biggest “secrets” in San Diego. The secret … Continue reading

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This is Why It’s Okay To Go Alone

“Energy rightly applied and directed will accomplish anything.” -Nellie Bly I get asked on a daily basis WHY am I traveling solo. “Who are you here with?” curious people often ask when we become acquainted during my travels. “Um, by … Continue reading

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