It’s well and truly time for me to introduce you to another Superwoman Traveller here: you’re about to hear from Megan, who I met online (thanks to the wonderful world of blogging!). Megan is from a small town in south-east Victoria, Australia, and had long dreamt of doing a big trip – but university and then working as a teacher got in the way. Until – I’ll let Megan explain:
I decided it was now or never. I had no excuses to stop me from leaving everything behind and jetsetting for a year as I had been dreaming about since I was a wee child. So while all my friends were buying houses and getting married, I decided to travel. Now I’m back into normal life, teaching, doing all the team sports I missed and having a few wines to catch up on the past year with my friends and I’m totally re-energised for work. But of course, travelling is deep in my veins, so no doubt I will be off again soon. I still have the whole continent of Africa to explore!
You can find out all about Megan’s travels at her great blog, Paper Aeroplane, which so far covers her trip through places like Japan, Vietnam, Western Europe, Chile and Mexico. Thanks heaps, Megan, for agreeing to be interviewed for my series on female solo travellers, I’m sure my readers will be inspired by you. Without further ado: