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Wanderlust and Lipstick Books: Online Reviews


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Best books for solo woman travellers
“The only dead-tree published book in this list, the Wanderlust and Lipstick range by Beth Whitman, are warm-hearted and in-depth, covering the same topics in the general book — then being more targeted towards India and travel with kids in the other books in the series.”

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Want to Travel Solo? Wanderlust and Lipstick Tells You How
“Beth Whitman will give you the whats and where-to-gos so you can find what you need to create a truly unique journey for yourself. Half the fun is in the preparation and anticipation of what will be. Wanderlust and Lipstick makes sure that you’ve got realistic expectations and the resources you need to make it be something truly life-altering.”

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Book Review: Wanderlust and Lipstick
“Written with a good combination of sound advice, tips from someone who’s been there herself and the strong sense that she believes you can take care of yourself, “Wanderlust and Lipstick”� casts Whitman as the quintessential older sister, someone eager to share what she’s learned in her experiences to help your own.”

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Guides steer women onto the solo road
“Wanderlust and Lipstick: The Essential Guide for Women Traveling Solo In a nutshell: A pep talk for the timid and the indecisive – a sort of you-can-do-it! primer for the gal who hasn’t been out much – with or without companions. Advice ranges from basic booking strategies to health considerations.”

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” “Wanderlust and Lipstick” is a pep talk for first-timers, with advice on overcoming obstacles and reliance on group tours, and it devotes a lot of space to basic trip planning. There are good tips, though, on such issues as avoiding or minimizing the single supplement, creating your own spa getaway instead of buying an expensive package and taking practice solo trips within your safe zone.”


Wanderlust and Lipstick Books: Blog Reviews


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Is India in Your Future? Even if it’s Not…
“I finished the book all the more excited to board a plane to the land of spices and holy cows, and feeling better prepared for what awaits me there. It is a quick and easy read, and full of resources worth going back to. It remains on my shelf as a reference, and will likely accompany me to India”

Travel Book Review: Wanderlust and Lipstick: The Essential Guide for Women Traveling Solo
“The title belies an otherwise excellent resource that will appeal to both seasoned and novice travelers of all genders – female, male, and [ahem] otherwise. It’s absolutely brimming with great advice, web links, offline resources, etc. that any traveler will appreciate. As a travel-obsessed web geek, I spend countless hours reading travel industry news, tips, and advice and still found a number of new and interesting gems.”


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