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Top tips for Tipi Tea Time in Tumalo, OR

What I learned about sleeping in a tipi and what I would and would not do again.

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Dear Women,
it’s ok to solo travel.

Ladies, when I first started getting in touch with my adventurous side, I was just starting to date again. It wasn’t until a few adventures in that I met my partner now. I went on some crazy cool adventures that helped shape me into the person I am now before we met! I will admit that looking back at those trips, it was much harder to plan solo travels than as a couple. Though it took more planning, there was a great learning opportunity in each of those plans.

What I learned about staying somewhere on my own is that it is worth doing the research every time– I do a TON of searching when it comes to staying somewhere I was not familiar with. Factors I most consider, from most important are:

  • Local Attraction
  • Price
  • Cleanliness of Amenities
  • Reviews

Be careful and especially if you are traveling alone, understand your surroundings at all times. Be aware of how much money you have on you, how much gas is in your tank, and what your cell battery and service levels are.

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