Montenegro is a tiny country situated in southeastern Europe. With a little over 632,000 people, its population is one of the smallest in Europe. During my short trip to Croatia, I had the privilege of going on a day trip to Montenegro, and it was a day well spent.
So by the time you read this, I’ll be heading to…
…It surprised me because I didn’t think that anyone paid much attention to my Pinterest boards, but it was a pleasant surprise. Since I like Pinterest, and since a little extra blog exposure is also nice, I said “yes” to participating.
I attended my first ever, bona fide fashion show with 3 women. (Meetup is the best.) But before you see the photos, I’ll briefly open a window (just a bit) into a small part of my life.
I went to Bristol, United Kindgom for the first time with a photography Meetup group to see the Bristol Hot Air Balloon Fiesta.
For more about how the Weekly Photo Challenge started, click here. For more about this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge, click here.
It’s always amusing to me when I go home or have telephone and/or e-mail conversations, and people say things like…
About a month ago, the owner/founder of Solo Traveler blog, Janice Waugh, asked a question on a Facebook group that we’re both part of. She asked if people would volunteer for her May theme, Iconic Cities, due to popular demand by her readers. One of the cities was Sydney and I’ve been there. While I hate putting myself out there for reasons I’ve mentioned on here many times, I figured it’d be nice to give ideas to those who’d be interested in traveling solo to Sydney one day. (It’s also a nice way to advertise this blog; however, that’s the least important reason to do it.)
Well, to my surprise, Janice sent me a private message asking if I’d write something. I obliged. I was late handing it in because I had to head home to handle some business/tie up some loose ends, but I finished it as soon as I got back. And while Janice was away traveling solo in Jordan, the associate editor of Solo Traveler, Tracey Nesbitt, made contact with me and helped me with my write-up.
My post is now live as of 05.21.2011. Check it out, leave honest feedback here and/or on the post itself, and hopefully you’ll enjoy it. The post includes information about accommodation, solo travel, and my pictures of things to do & see. My humble thanks goes to Janice & Tracey for giving me this opportunity, as well as thinking that my writing is decent enough to post on their blog (which is my favorite travel-related blog, by the way).
Here it is: Solo Travel In Sydney