About me

Hello there and Welcome to the Solo Globetrotter!

I’m Reshma Narasing. I am an avid dreamer, a bibliophile, a hopeless travel addict, a passionate writer, and a girl who gulps down large mugs of coffee many times a day (yes, caffeine helps!)

I dream of traveling to as many places as life takes me. I love to wander on the roads less traveled and love telling the world about them. I dream to travel the world with my itchy feet and hope to make the most of what life offers me.


“There is a pleasure in the pathless woods, “There is a rapture on the lonely shore;  There is society, where none intrudes,
By the deep sea, and music in its roar; I love not man the less, but Nature more”.

I am not a big fan of regular touristy places, instead loves to explore the unusual places. I prefer traveling on a shoestring budget and loves going solo whenever possible.

About The Solo Globetrotter:

The Solo Globetrotter is the place to where I take people like you with me virtually wherever I go!  In this place, I want to combine my love of traveling and telling stories to connect with fellow travelers, to share my stories with the world, and meet like-minded people.

This blog is the place where I offer information about the destinations I visit, share my experiences about traveling solo and provide tips/suggestions about places I’ve visited often.

Day 27: Do you get overwhelmed while traveling? Do you feel that the stories that you hear, things that you see and people that you meet to be too much? As travelers we experience things not familiar to us sometimes. Many times the stories or the place or the people can make you feel intensely. It may be any emotion – whether it’s sadness, anger, happiness, or confusion. But it moves you and have an influence on your thoughts, leaving you overwhelmed, and a few times even exhausting you mentally. It happens with me sometimes too. I had heard the ghory tales of #Kuldhara in #Rajasthan. When I visited the abandoned village of Kuldhara finally, I got lost in thoughts imagining what might have happened that day, which shut down an entire village. As I sat and looked out of the window of a home, the rows of empty homes on the deserted streets saddened me strangely, and also filled me with immense curiousity to know how the whole village could disappear overnight without any traces. Have you had such experiences as well? #shetravels #backpackerlife #travelphotography #passionpassport #instapassport #wanderlust #travelwithaninsider #littlestoriesofmylife #exploremore #lifewelltravelled #travelgram #instatravel #travellikeagirl #wearetravelgirls #beautifuldestinations #worldpics #thehappynow #girlsborntotravel #thesologlobetrotter #indiatravel #indiagram #sheisnotlost #shetravels #royalrajasthan #womenwhoexplore #ig_rajasthan #wearetravelgirls #travelgirl #adventurethatislife #travelblogger

At the same time, my itchy feet make me travel whenever there is an opportunity – be it with family, friends or like-minded travelers.

The globetrotter in me is like a pampered child – stubborn, curious about the world. I crave for new places, distinct experiences, and love meeting people to listen to their stories.

Join me in my journeys as I take you along virtually through my stories and experiences!

Also, you can connect with me here:

Email Id: thesologlobetrotter@gmail.com

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