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About Travelling Homebody

Introducing Travelling Homebody

My name is Diane Lee and I’m the Travelling Homebody. I’m a writer, self-published author, traveller and photographer and wannabe digital nomad. When I’m not travelling, I live in Adelaide, a premium wine and food district and the capital of South Australia.

I call myself a travelling homebody because, well, I’m a homebody who likes to travel.

In fact, I’m a bit of a nanna when I travel.

My first trip

After raising my daughter alone, I started travelling internationally in 2010, with my first overseas trip—at 47 years of age—being to Vietnam, which I did solo, albeit on a group tour. As an aside, I rarely travel with groups these days, preferring the time and space to do my own thing on my own terms in my own time.

I now travel overseas at least once a year because I still have so much of the world to see (see the map below if you don’t believe me).

If you’re taking your first trip, go to my Start Here page and grab your free guide and packing list!

Providing travel advice and information

This blog tells stories about my travel experiences, and provide advice, tips and information to fellow travellers, particularly those going overseas for the first time. It’s not that scary—trust me!

I also welcome guest posters, so if you have a travel story to tell, advice to give, information to impart or an experience to share, please get in touch with me.

If you are new to international travel, go to my Start Here page or my Travel Resources page. You’ll find both pages incredibly helpful. And if they aren’t, tell me what will help!

 

 

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