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BeMyTravelMuse

BeMyTravelMuse
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Berlin, GermanyJoined in Jul 2016
I'm Kristin, an award-winning expert on solo female travel. I've traveled the world alone and I want to help you have the same amazing experience!
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Aug 7
Colorado is a beacon for outdoor enthusiasts from all over the world. In summer, the state offers camping, mountain biking, and hiking; and in winter it is one of the best places for snowboarding and skiing in the United States. Below are 10 best stops for your Colorado road trip where you will find some of the most beautiful scenery in the Centennial State:
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Aug 4
South Dakota is a vast state with many natural wonders and a small population – making it a great destination for outdoor lovers looking to escape the crowds! This three-day itinerary is ideal for a long weekend, or as an addition to a longer trip on your way to the western or southwestern United States.
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Aug 3
If you’re the type of traveler who enjoys good food, beautiful architecture, festivals and unique culture (and who doesn’t?) South Korea is incredible to explore. These are 30 of the best things to do in South Korea:
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Jul 2020
See the best things to do in Samoa, one of the most underrated destinations of the South Pacific:
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Jul 2020
Click to see the best things to do with 48 hours in Great Basin National Park + tips to help you plan your trip:
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Jul 2020
For the solo traveler, Japan may not immediately come to mind as a great choice. It’s true that the country’s language and cultural differences may take a little getting used to, but after traveling to Japan, I feel that it’s perfect for solo female travelers. Here’s why:
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Jul 2020
After spending a cumulative five months in the country, here's my complete solo female travel guide to Thailand, with practical tips on safety, activities, packing list, and more insider info to help you plan your trip:
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Jul 2020
Savannah is a charming Southern city that's definitely doable on your own. You can sufficiently explore the city over a weekend, though many people come back for longer because of its fairy tale-like atmosphere. Here are the top things to do in Savannah:
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Jul 2020
Coastal cultures of all kinds exist here: from historic towns to fun-filled bar scenes, the beach bum opportunities are endless. Here are some of the best beaches you’ll find out East, starting from the northeast going south:
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Jul 2020
While it’s not the most common tourist destination in Canada, there’s a reason everyone who makes it to Newfoundland falls in love. Unspoiled wilderness, breathtaking hiking trails, whale watching, icebergs, and colorful communities make Newfoundland easy to fall for. From a Newfoundland local, this post will help you plan a perfect Newfoundland itinerary:
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Jul 2020
While its increasing fame can give off the impression that Asheville is a quirky getaway for the rich, it’s totally doable on a budget. Here are 14 free + cheap things to do in Asheville to help you plan a budget trip:
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Jun 2020
New Mexico - the Land of Enchantment, with staggering snow capped mountains, brilliant-colored desert sunsets, mouthwatering flavors of New Mexican food (chiles – green or red), and relaxing natural hot springs. Click for a perfect road trip with the best things to do + insider tips:
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Jun 2020
Idaho has waterfalls higher than Niagara, railroads-turned bike trails, and some of the most picturesque drives in the nation. If you’re someone who loves the outdoors, Idaho is a dream! Planning a trip? Here are 19 places on the Idaho bucket list, ordered from south to north, starting with Boise:
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Jun 2020
2020 update! These are my best tips and favorite stops on the Road to Hana to help you plan an AMAZING road trip:
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Jun 2020
Learn more about Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park's history, best things to do, accommodation and transportation guide, plus a local's spiritual experience to inspire you to plan a true outback adventure in Australia
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Jun 2020
Click to see 10 of the best hikes in Banff National Park, with essential information on distance, time and difficulty, plus 4 things you NEED to know before you go:
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Jun 2020
A complete guide to visiting Virgin Islands National Park - how to get there, the best things to do, and insider tips to help you plan an epic trip:
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Jun 2020
Here's a complete list of Arizona’s must-see spots and the best camping locations to make your home base while you explore them:
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May 2020
Click to read the best things to do at Pfeiffer Beach, Big Sur, CA, a hidden gem along the coastline. Insider tips included!
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May 2020
In my opinion, the West Coast is a destination in its own league. This detailed itinerary takes you from San Diego to Seattle, with plenty of optional excursions along the way. Check it out here:
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