Today you’re going to hear from a young woman named Shirine Taylor who has been bicycle touring around the world… on her own… and with her boyfriend… for the last couple years.
During my interview with Shirine, we’re going to talk about some of the best and worst parts of traveling alone, and we’ll answer one of the most common questions I get from female bicycle tourists: “Can women travel alone?”
The answer, as you can likely guess, is “YES!” Women are just as capable of traveling around the world as men – whether that be on a bicycle, with a backpack, or in any other way. There are some difficulties to traveling alone as a woman, however, as you will hear from Shirine. However, these factors haven’t prevented this young twenty-something from setting out on her own and seeing the world.
Listen to the interview by clicking play on the audio player at the top of this page.
To learn more about Shirine Taylor, her boyfriend Kevin, and their bicycle touring adventures in the United States, India, Nepal, Georgia, Turkey and South America, be sure to visit Shirine’s:
- Website: www.awanderingphoto.com
- Facebook: www.facebook.com/Thewanderingnomadss
- Instagram: www.instagram.com/awanderingphoto
This episode of the BTP Adventure Podcast is brought to you by: VOLTAIC SYSTEMS
Voltaic Systems designs portable solar chargers to keep smartphones, cameras, laptops and other electronic devices powered off the grid. Sold in over 30 countries to travelers, explorers, designers and makers. www.voltaicsystems.com
Voltaic is also the company that makes the solar charger I use on my bicycle tours all around the world to keep my smartphone, GoPro video camera, DSLR camera batteries and my other small electronic items powered up while I’m on there on the road. Learn more here!