Solo Travel

Sacre Coeur Basilica, Paris

Fall in Love with Solo Travel in Paris

By Hannah Logan - May 18, 2024
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Paris is known as a romantic destination for couples but it’s actually one of my favourite cities for solo travel. In fairness, I didn’t expect to love Paris. I actually only went for the first time in 2011 because I heard of the Christmas Markets but it didn’t take long for me to fall in love…

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Solo Travel in Croatia: Why I Love and Recommend it

By Hannah Logan - April 29, 2024
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Thinking about solo travel in Croatia? I’ll be the first to tell you- go for it.  Croatia was somewhere that I daydreamed about for years. Not surprising, given I live in Canada and our winters last, well, forever. So when I finally got to Croatia, it was perfection. I spent about three weeks playing in the…

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Solo travel in Greece

Solo Travel in Greece: Tips for Female Travellers

By Hannah Logan - April 5, 2024
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Greece was a country I had wanted to go to for years, and yet when I finally made my plans to visit, the advice that I was given wasn’t quite as positive as I hoped which, to be honest, surprised me as Greece is a popular travel destination and solo travel in Greece seems to…

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Solo Travel in Ireland: Why I Love and Recommend it

By Hannah Logan - March 11, 2024
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Ireland is my favourite country. As the first place I ever visited I now consider the emerald isle to be my home away from home and have returned multiple times. With stunning scenery, friendly locals, and delicious food I think Ireland is a must-visit for anyone. But, if you don’t have any to go with-…

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Girl sitting on the beach in Oahu, Hawaii

Solo Travel in Hawaii: Oahu for Solo Travellers

By Hannah Logan - February 25, 2024
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Hawaii was somewhere I’ve wanted to go for years- ever since I saw Blue Crush. I might have even harboured secret dreams about being a surfer girl but, sadly, my surf lesson in Ireland proved that will never happen).  Throughout high school I doodled hibiscus flowers on all of my binders and notebooks, gazed longingly at…

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Solo Travel in Thailand: Tips, Thoughts, and What to Expect

By Hannah Logan - November 15, 2023
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After four years of trips to Europe, 2015 was my time to change it up and visit a new continent, starting with a long-time backpacker favourite: Thailand. I was excited to visit, after all, who doesn’t want to go to Thailand. But, I was also a little bit skeptical. Was solo travel in Thailand safe?…

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Solo Travel in Malta: Tips, Advice, and Thoughts

By Hannah Logan - August 3, 2023
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When I booked my flight to Malta I didn’t really know what to expect. Some people told me they loved it. Others said it was small and boring and there wasn’t much to do. I heard from many people that the natural scenery was beautiful but others complained about the crowds, especially when cruise ships…

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Best Places to Travel Solo: Venice

By Hannah Logan - June 27, 2023
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Think Venice is only for couples on romantic vacations? I dare you to think again. Venice seems to be a hit or a miss with most people. A lot of visitors downplay this infamous city, claiming it’s too touristic, too expensive, or even too fake. I disagree completely. Venice is one of my favourite cities.…

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Porto, Portugal

Best Places to Travel Solo: Portugal

By Hannah Logan - June 1, 2023
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Portugal seems to have become an ‘it’ destination over the last years, and having been, I can see why. It’s a gorgeous country with friendly people and lots to see and do. I spent a week travelling solo in Portugal. I went from Porto to Faro; exploring cities, castles, and the wine region of Douro…

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Solo Travel in Bali

Solo Travel in Bali: Why I Didn’t Love it

By Hannah Logan - April 27, 2023
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When I booked my fights to Bali I was beyond excited. I imagined sandy beaches, beautiful rice terraces, tropical drinks, exotic temples, and first class dive sites.  It didn’t disappoint. The beaches were busy, but nice. The rice terraces were gorgeous to walk through (when it wasn’t pouring rain). The temples were great to explore and…

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Solo Travel in Cyprus Gone Wrong

By Hannah Logan - February 18, 2020
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I had high hopes for solo travel in Cyprus. I really did. After spending almost an entire month in Greece earlier in 2019, I was so excited to get back to another Mediterranean Island that everyone told me had Greek vibes. My misadventures of solo travel in Cyprus started off well. I was picked up…

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Angkor Complex

The Most Dangerous Places for Female Travellers

By Hannah Logan - June 13, 2017
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Before I start, I will apologize for the click-bait title; thats not usually my style. But, since you are here, the topic obviously interests you. So stick around because from one female traveller to another (or to the friends/family of a female traveller), we’ve got some things to discuss. Women and travel has always been…

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What is it like being a solo female traveller

An Honest Look at What It’s Like Being A Solo Female Traveller

By Hannah Logan - February 23, 2016
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I started my solo travel adventures at the age of 22 when I moved to Ireland and discovered the magic of Ryanair and affordable trains. Fast forward 4 years later and I’m 26 years old with 35 countries under my belt and another long-term solo adventure planned later this year (if you follow me on…

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5 Experiences That Have Shown Me That Solo Female Travel is Not as Dangerous as the World Tells Us

By Hannah Logan - March 3, 2015
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There’s a lot of negativity flying around lately about solo female travel. The Huffington Post just released a list of the most dangerous places for women to travel alone, so I took a peek. I was surprised at some of the names, having been to 3/16 cities and never experienced anything worse than the usual.…

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Solo Travel: 20 Reasons Why You Should Give It A Shot

By Hannah Logan - August 19, 2014
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1)      Planning is so much easier I don’t know about where you are located, but here in Canada the standard number of vacation days is a measly 10. Synchronising those dates with one or more friends isn’t exactly easy. 2)      You are the Boss So your friend loves museums and you hate them? The best…

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