Category Archives: Solo Female Travelers
Somewhere in-between of doing the endless tasks, I woke up today thinking about financials and adult life. My birthday is due, I will turn 27 and will go from the mid-twenties to the late twenties with a simple change in … Continue reading
They say march to the beat of your own drum. But, of course, here in Salvador, we don’t march. We dance. The ladies of Project Didá the all-female percussion group take this literally. They dance to their own beat and … Continue reading
Eva is 72 years old although her couchsurfing profile says 62 (as a recommendation from her granddaughter who thought people would be less likely to host her because of her age.) She’s been backpacking solo around the world ,escaping the … Continue reading
Como enamorar a una chica mochilera, a la cual no se deja impresionar con lo que tienes. pero que la ofrezcas aventura? Talvez no este buscando un novio fijo, pero um compañero fiel para compartir momentos de espontaneidad y … Continue reading
in the middle of a town near to Tena, Ecuador and an hour hike into the middle of the rainforest and crystal-clear river, I found a Naturally-built pond. The most scenic swim of my life.
Although i saw beautiful landscapes, i have to say this is one of my fav pics from my travels. so instead of putting up pics of machu pichhu or of Galapagos. I gotta share this pic because it definitely captures … Continue reading
A great op-doc piece from Paula Schargorodsky: “35 and single“ ” In your 20´s you are free to do whatever you want. Have boyfriends, lovers, one-night stands. Work. Study. Just like Men But Female freedom has en expiration date. When you … Continue reading