The Solo Female Travel Book: Tips and Inspiration for Women Who Want to See the World on Their Own Terms

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ISBN-10 / ISBN-131732282935 / 9781732282933
AuthorJen Ruiz
PublisherJen on a Jet Plane (on 2019-03-22)
Binding TypePaperback
Number Of Pages111
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Traveling alone doesn't have to be scary! With the proper tools, community and precautions, anyone can expertly navigate the globe on their own.
Jen Ruiz is a lawyer turned travel blogger and bestselling author who has traveled the world extensively by herself. “The Solo Female Travel Book” is the latest installment in her how-to travel series and includes funny stories, tips and inspiration to help you see the world safely and confidently.
From surviving her first overnight hike in the Grand Canyon to dating mishaps while “living abroad” in Sydney Australia, Jen shares some of her most comedic and relatable travel memories in this book.
It’s half guide, half memoir, all heart and a must-read for aspiring female adventurers.
With this book, you will learn how to:
- Prepare for your first solo trip
- Choose the right destination
- Plan the perfect itinerary
- Take stunning photographs by yourself
- Pack light and bring all the essentials
- Make friends abroad and combat loneliness
And much more! Don’t let fear hold you back. You don’t need to have a travel partner to have amazing adventures.
There is power in flying solo, and it’s time for you to start discovering it.
"As a solo female traveler, I was looking forward to reading and had high expectations for Jen’s book and she didn’t disappoint. First, based on the title, I expected the book to be filled only with happy-go-lucky stories of wanderlust, which many travel books are, but Jen was extremely realistic and shared not only the good, but the bad and the ugly too.
Readers need that because this side of traveling is often left out of how-to travel books. You would think that those stories wouldn’t inspire someone, but by being realistic and open, Jen would definitely let readers feel like they can overcome anything and travel just like she did.
Her personal experience stories are written in a captivating way and Jen’s travel tips are very useful and I even learned a few things."
- Judge, 27th Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards
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