If you’ve followed my adventures on Instagram, you’ll know I love to travel – and most of all I love to travel solo.
Since 2013 I’ve visited countries across the world on my own, including Vietnam, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Colombia, China and Australia, and cities including New York, Paris, New Orleans and Stockholm.
If you’ve got an itch to travel solo but need some confidence and ways to start making it happen, you need to join me for this virtual coffee date on Tuesday 22 October at 7:30pm.
Tuesday 22 October 7:30pm – 9:00pm
This is an online coffee date conducted through Zoom, a video calling service you can use for free through your web browser.
I’ll be joined in discussion by my friend and client Jennifer Cockcroft, who has travelled solo herself and is currently planning a solo trip to New York.
We’ll be sharing:
Our own experiences of travelling solo in countries across the world, including South East Asia, the US, Japan, Australia, the UK and across Europe
The essential practical things you need to know when planning and taking a solo trip, including safety and security
Tips and tricks for making a solo trip memorable and creatively inspiring
Ways to overcome the common worries about taking a solo trip, from finances to making friends
We’ll also be answering questions from our audience (that’s you!) to help make your solo trip safe, memorable and creative.
Everyone who joins us for the coffee date will be sent a video recording of the chat after it’s finished … plus a checklist of tips and tricks for solo travel to help you create the perfect trip.
How long is the coffee date?
It starts at 7:30pm and will run until 9:00pm so we’ve got plenty of time for discussion and questions.
How do I use Zoom?
Zoom is a video calling service you can use for free through your web browser. After you’ve registered, you’ll be sent an email with a link to join the call on Tuesday 22nd October. Click the link and follow the instructions to use Zoom and join us.
How come there’s a charge?
We’ve chosen to ask for the price of a coffee (£3.00) for two reasons: 1) we’re sharing our expertise and it’s fair to be paid for that, and 2) a small charge gives you an incentive to tune in and take part in the discussion.
How do I ask a question?
You can email me in advance email@example.com with your questions, or during the Zoom call we’ll be able to take questions from participants.
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