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Welcome To Many Roads Travelled: Solo Female Travel Podcast & Blog!

Hi, thanks so much for visiting!

I’m Tamara and have been travelling this big, beautiful world of ours for over 30 years, mostly as a solo female traveller.

I have gone to many countries that are off the ‘beaten path’ like Pakistan, Iran, Borneo, Sudan, Myanmar, Uganda, Namibia, Ethiopia and many more!

I thought it was about time to share my travel tips and travel adventures with you, via this solo female travel podcast (& blog).

I think I can help you on your exciting travels!

If you are like me and missing travel during these dark Covid days, then I hope my travel podcast will fill in until you can get back out there!

If you would like to know a little about me then just click the button below. Otherwise, let’s hit the road!

PS As you can see I am still building my website so keep checking back for updates!

PSS This isn’t just for solo female travel – my tips and podcast is for anyone who loves to travel and have adventures!

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Being the Queen of Sheba in Fes Morocco! Many Roads Travelled : (Solo Female) Travel Podcast

Welcome to Many Roads Travelled: (Solo Female) Travel Podcast The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching! So if you love to travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride! The first series was about my 16 months, 31,000-mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94! The 2nd series was about my solo month-long overland trip around Central America in February 2020. I travelled to 6 countries including Belize, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua and Costa Rica. The 3rd series is about returning to Brighton UK after 6 years, (my home for 20 years) and travelling around Morocco with a cane due to my bum knee in June 2022. First of all, thank you so much for listening. Check out the travel websites that I use for travel insurance, booking hotels, tours and if you would like to work from anywhere then join my free affiliate marketing course then just go to On today's episode #72 (S3E3) Being the Queen of Sheba in Fes MoroccoI will be talking about:What to do in Chefchaouen MoroccoHow to get from Tangiers to Chefchaouen MoroccoHow to get to Fes from Chefchaouen MoroccoWhat to do in Fes Morocco  You can find more info on Many Roads Travelled as well as on social media: New episode is out every other Thursday! The next episode we will be going to Casablanca & Agadir Morocco! This series will be about my recent trip to Morocco (June 2022) Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop on these epic road trips! Donations will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast right here.  If you would like to contact me with any questions, feedback or about being a guest on your show you can get in touch via my contact page or Press Kit. If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review on iTunes for Apple users on my website or in the comment section on my Youtube channel. Until then, safe travels…one road at a time.Tamara xSupport this podcast at —
  1. Being the Queen of Sheba in Fes Morocco!
  2. Solo Travel Tales From Tangier Morocco
  3. Flights, Canes And Beauty Brighton UK
  4. Amazing Zip Lining in Beautiful Monteverde Cloud Forest in Costa Rica
  5. Beautiful Ometepe Island Nicaragua & Travelling to Monteverde Costa Rica
  6. Good Times in Granada Nicaragua

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