One question at a time I'll answer any of your pending travel questions. Listen in each week to a quick segment to learn from my world travel experience. This Q&A is an open place to learn more for any of your upcoming travels. Do you have a question you'd like to ask? Send me a message or email to schedule time to ask yours!
Have you ever taken yourself out to eat? For me, going out to eat alone is one of the best ways to meet new people and get to know a new area, especially when you are traveling. On today's microcast episode of the Travel Answer Key, I share some easy ways to feel more confident in going out to eat alone.
Have you traveled to another country where they don't speak your first language? How did you get around? Did you point at everything, use a translator, or try to learn some of the new language? It can be more difficult to travel around when you don't speak in the language of your destination. Listen in to this Q&A for a few quick tips on how to navigate in a foreign language country.
How do you typically find which restaurant to eat at, which store to go into, which bar to have drinks while you're traveling? Do you pick the first one on your path or closest to your hotel? My friend Brigid came on to ask the first question of my new Travel Answer Key segment: "How do you avoid tourist traps while traveling?". I helped answer her question and gave tips on this topic. Every week I will answer a new general travel question to share with you. Want to ask your own? Send me a message or email to join and ask yours!