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Single Travelling Men Available


If you're young, single and a female traveller, here's the scoop on the 10 best places to meet twentysomething (or maybe thirtysomething) guys along the way.

    check markThe Green Tortoise Bus from San Francisco to Seattle.

    check markThe trekking permit office in Kathmandu (Nepal)

    check markWhy Not Homestay (Bencoolen Street) in Singapore

    check markSpanish School in Antigua (Guatemala)single man

    check markThe Tahiti-Moorea ferry in French Polynesia

    check markThe Spanish Steps in Rome

    check markJo's Bar in Prague

    check markThe Sunset Cafe in Pushkar (India)

    check markHill-Tribe Trekking in Chiang Mai (Thailand)

    check markScuba Diving- the Great Barrier Reef (Australia)

(Source: Swing Magazine 1996)

Ed. note: If you're an older woman wanting to meet younger men, don't despair. Carry Smarties in your backpack. It gets them every time!

Women’s lovin’ words on men in cars...

heartsWhat’s with you men? Would hair stop growing on your chest if you asked directions somewhere?
Erma Bombeck, When You Look Like Your Passport Picture, 1991)

Men don’t ask directions. They just get lost.

Dr. Ruth says we women should tell our men how to make love to us. M-m-m-m. My boyfriend goes nuts if I tell him how to trip
(Pam Stone, Glibquips, 1994)

My ancestors wandered lost in the wilderness for forty years because even in biblical times, men would not stop to ask for directions.
(Elayne Boosler, Time, 1990)

(Source: The New Beacon Book of Quotations by Women, Rosalie Maggio)

Ed. note: Notice how Journeywoman never fails to provide absolutely indispensable info for the travelling woman?




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