Posts tagged with traveling solo:

"I think that the idea of opening your home to a complete stranger is one of the most human things a person can do, and this act creates a bit of vulnerability that each is willing to share with the other. The experiences that follow are some of the most true and unguarded. Couchsurfing offers a way to connect with people that seems to have gotten lost somewhere along the way in the past few decades." 
Read about Couchsurfer Hailey’s experience on our Couchsurfing blog:
“Hailey’s Journey – A Solo Woman Traveler Explores the World”

"I think that the idea of opening your home to a complete stranger is one of the most human things a person can do, and this act creates a bit of vulnerability that each is willing to share with the other. The experiences that follow are some of the most true and unguarded. Couchsurfing offers a way to connect with people that seems to have gotten lost somewhere along the way in the past few decades." 

Read about Couchsurfer Hailey’s experience on our Couchsurfing blog:

Hailey’s Journey – A Solo Woman Traveler Explores the World

Cycling Couchsurfer Ben stopped by our San Francisco headquarters. We loved hearing about his adventures on the road from Portland heading to Key West!

Cycling Couchsurfer Ben stopped by our San Francisco headquarters. We loved hearing about his adventures on the road from Portland heading to Key West!

How To Couchsurf with Marian Schembari ]

Couchsurfer Marian’s advice for women travelers is to “be clear about your boundaries and don’t be shy about stating them.”


I know it will seem quite daunting, if you haven’t travelled much before. I remember when I first started travelling, I did this by going to a place where I already knew someone. However, once you step out there, you’ll find it is not so hard or scary, and you don’t even need that crutch.

SANDI789 from Cheltenham, England on What Am I Doing With My Life? 
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I know it will seem quite daunting, if you haven’t travelled much before. I remember when I first started travelling, I did this by going to a place where I already knew someone. However, once you step out there, you’ll find it is not so hard or scary, and you don’t even need that crutch.

SANDI789 from Cheltenham, England on What Am I Doing With My Life? 

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