EP 071: Make Deeper Connections by Traveling Slower
Lisa Lubin quit her job to travel the world back in 2006 for what was supposed to be only a year. Well, after over a decade later, Lisa is still going strong and travels at least once a month for work as a travel and food journalist. When Lisa first tried solo travel, she actually hated it. On the show, she reveals what made solo travel enjoyable for her and she shares her tips and tricks on what saved her the most money as she explored Latin America and Australia. Key Takeaways: *Lisa is currently in Chicago! What recommendations does she have for those who are visiting? *What is Lisa’s blog, LL World Tour, about? *Why did Lisa not love solo travel in the beginning? *When Lisa quit her job, what was her strategy to find alternative work while she traveled? *The slower you travel through one destination to the other, the cheaper it’s going to be. *What would Lisa do differently, knowing what she knows now? *When Lisa embarked on her travel journey, where did she go to first? *Lisa shares some of her biggest lessons learned so far. *Now that Lisa is a more experienced traveler, how has travel changed for her? Mentioned in This Episode: Transformviatravel.com Transform via Travel on Facebook @GoSoloLive on Twitter Email: Jennifer@TransformviaTravel.com Patreon.com/gosololive Bikethedrive.org Connect with Lisa: Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube LinkedIn Leave a Review: Did you like this episode? Please leave an honest review on iTunes with your feedback! Also, please subscribe to the Go Solo Live podcast on iTunes, to get notified when a new episode gets released. I appreciate your listening to this week’s show. And tune in next week for another great guest.