Our interview with Janice Waugh from solotravelerblog.com travel blog
Janice Waugh is author of The Solo Traveler’s Handbook, publisher of Solo Traveler, the blog for those who travel alone and moderator of the Solo Travel Society on Facebook with over 60,000 fans. She has spoken at The Smithsonian and elsewhere on solo travel and at a number of industry events on travel blogging. She has been quoted in many media outlets including CNN, the Oprah Blog, the Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, LA Times and USA Today. You can follower her on Twitter, Pinterest, and Google+. She is also founder of Full Flight Press, publisher of The Traveler’s Handbooks series.
Our interview with Janice Waugh:
Why did you start travelling?
My mother inspired me to travel. She told me stories of cycling and hosteling when she was a teenager and it sounded so romantic to me. I started cycling into the countryside around Ottawa where I grew up shortly after that and then, when I was 14, I saved up for a month-long cycling trip in the UK. My passion for travel began.
What is the most important during Janice Waugh travels?
What is your biggest travel dream?