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I am planning to spend weeks in Vietnam from the end of January before heading to Phnom Penh for a 3 month teaching post. I am a little older ahem! Economy forces me to stay in hostels rather than hotels and I will be organising my travel independently rather than with tour companies - something I am quite used to doing in other parts of the world but not yet in Asia.
Do you think going on holiday by yourself sounds, well, frankly, a little sad? What about the dreaded single person supplement which forces you to pay extra for the solo trip? All this seems to have become history as people have discovered how liberating a solo holiday can be and how much you can find out about yourself.
Find out the top sixteen most comfortable travel shoes for older women, as voted for by our readers. We surveyed our mature readers and asked them for their best tips on travel fashion for women over They shared their favorite styles and the most important things to look for when selecting travel shoes! Tip: Packing cubes make the perfect shoe bags to protect your luggage from dirty shoes.
Traveling solo and living like a local is a dream many older women share. The thought of immersing yourself in a culture you find fascinating is alluring. However, many mature women never take the plunge, letting their apprehensions override their desires.
More and more travel firms are catering to senior women…that can mean anyone 50 and over. As women choose to travel either alone or with other women in a group, more and more options are becoming available. Rio Grande Travel is one example.
I f you're an older adventuress, this is an absolutely wonderful time in your life to be travelling. In most cultures, your age brings respect. Children will gravitate to you.
Please refresh the page and retry. T ravel insurance is a must-have for any holiday, and Boots can give you information on a range of products to help you feel prepared for your travels. And if you are planning to make the most of the snow and heading off on a winter sports break, make sure you pick a suitable policy.
I recently wrote a blog post entitled, "Solo travel websites worth checking out," featuring a number of great solo travel resources, mainly for women. A few of our readers responded through our Online Feedback Formasking for similar tips, only this time geared towards mature female solo travelers. Ladies, thank you for your suggestions—as always, I am more than happy to oblige.