Here is my first blog post for SOLO WOMEN TRAVEL TRIBE.
It’s my first post as a brand ambassador for this awesome group of women who want to encourage and inspire each other.
In this post I write about how my first solo travel experience happened and the confidence gained from it.
Your essential travel checklist….
What is the Essential Travel Checklist? So we have all seen the pre-packing lists. God I have written a few myself. It’s one of my little quirks, I end up having lists for lists!
But depending on where you’re headed and how long for, what you should take can vary. From what to pack for summer or winter destinations, to carry on and toiletries. Some of us travel super light, others take everything but the kitchen sink!
There are some things though that are totally essential to you having a great stress free journey.
So here I’ve included a check list you can put with your packing to run over before you leave on your adventure.
I really want to share this from earlier on in the year where I did a blog post for HER PACKING LIST on my experience traveling through MOROCCO.
It was great doing an interview for an established group like HPL. So when they asked if any one wanted to talk about their experience on SOLO FEMALE TRAVEL I jumped at the chance.They have wonderful tips on packing and related topics. It’s also a great forum to connect with other like-minded women.
When it came to thinking about what I was going to say, it was interesting to see that people can go to the same place and do similar things but have such varied experiences. Good or bad.
Kia Ora and welcome,
I'm Gina from beautiful New Zealand.
Sharing inspiration to take the first step towards travel, a positive lifestyle and the wanderlust spirit. If you think you missed the boat when everyone else was traveling in their 20's don't worry. I'll give you the tools, advice & inspiration that your never too old to get out there and see this planet!
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"You can never cross an ocean until you have the courage to lose site of the shore" -Christopher Columbus-