Aarhus, Denmark is the type of place I probably wouldn’t have really known about or thought to visit if I hadn’t made a friend from Denmark during my travels. This was my first trip to Denmark but I can confidently say after spending a few days just in Aarhus that it certainly won’t be my last. Beautiful architecture, amazing restaurants, a birth announcement bell ringing in hope for everyone to hear and that was just a few of the things I found fascinating and irresistible about Aarhus.
Solo travel can be many things and as women, even more, polarizing and daunting, however, I decided to start an ongoing serious about Solo Travel as a woman. It will include some of my favorite destinations that are, in my opinion, fantastic for Solo Female travelers and I will also cover topics such as basic safety and common sense practices while traveling, things that for me maybe normal but not necessarily for everyone, especially if they are just starting out traveling internationally, on their own. To kick off this series, I am going to reintroduce myself and share my story in how I started traveling solo.
About a year ago I wrote a blog post called, “To hike or not to hike.” In that blog post I talked about how I did not enjoy hiking and didn’t understand the appeal of it at all and just couldn’t really get into it. Well here I am a year later writing about some hiking tips…. okay they are hiking tips for the maybe less than avid hiker but, hiking tips nonetheless.
I am Coco! I turned 30 recently and decided it was time to start living the life I had always dreamed of. So I sold almost all of my belongings and hit the road to travel the world. I photograph people and places along the way.