A solo traveler always looking for the next adventure. My profile says I live in San Diego, in reality that was my last permanent address. Recently I was an expat volunteering in Tanzania. And now I am on my second long-term travel adventure in Southeast Asia. I never know what will come next, but it was always involve travel and never be dull.
I think the airports are about the same, it is just depends where you want to go after. Once I was going to Morocco from London, then realized I'd save $250 by flying into Madrid instead. Plan where you want to go then price them both out. See More
When you go on the Halong Bay cruise, do the 2 night versus 1 and choose the bungalow for the second night instead of the hotel - if that's an option. The bungalows are really cool. I loved Hoi An. I spent a couple nights in town, but then also a couple nights at... See More
You'll love San Diego! Here are plenty of options for you. Do a day in North County driving along the 101 going through Del Mar, Solana Beach and Encinitas. You can stop in Encinitas to eat lunch, look in the surf shops and go to the Self-Realization... See More
You should probably hang out in Uptown Dallas (McKinney Ave) and the Knox / Henderson area. They are close to each other and right by downtown, (but not in downtown). These are going to be the trendy areas, if that's what you're... See More
I think New England has the best fall foliage with Vermontand New Hampshire being among the best. The peak time in those states would fall (no pun intended) around the first week in October. See More
Hi - I am also a solo female traveler in my thirties. I have to say that I did not enjoy Koh Phi Phi at all. I did think it was too young, too much party, and too many tourists/touts. For me, all of that spoiled the beauty of it. I would recommend splitting... See More
Hi - I am also in my thirties and I really enjoyed Koh Chang. And I've heard really good things about Koh Mak, which is smaller, more remote, and right next door. I was going to check it out last month, but as a solo traveler... See More