The author of Women on the Road: the essential guide for baby-boomer travel speaks to us about the joys and the challenges of solo travel.
In a not-so-busy corner of always-bustling Porto, we caught up with Leyla Giray to talk about her ideas on solo travel, why some people avoid it, and how to make the most of every opportunity you get. The background noise? That’s just Porto for you!
Leyla recently shared a little of her advice on baby boomer travel, so we’ll let you read that, and enjoy this podcast on solo travel for women.
Leyla’s written a book!
Women on the Road: the essential guide for baby-boomer travel is just what you need to inspire and prepare you for solo travel as a baby boomer.
“Travel – especially solo travel, when you’re 50+ – can be a scary prospect if you haven’t done it before. But it doesn’t have to be! Women on the Road will help you plan your trip; from generating ideas of where to go and providing pre-planning checklists, right through to tips on reintegrating after you return, and everything in between.” Nora Dunn, TheProfessionalHobo.com