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It’s never too early to start planning! Girls Guide to Paris’ Doni Belau shares her top 9 list of slightly outlandish destinations for those of us adventurous types who have been stuck at home for far too long and for whom cabin fever is very very real, when we’re we’ll ready to get OUT. Way out
What will the new way to travel look like for mature, independent women? We think these five criteria will help us, as women, lead the way.
This summer, we hit the road in Ontario for our #travelathome adventures. Here are 13 of our most unique and memorable stays, including an Airstream RV, glamping, camping, tiny houses, cabins, farms and haylofts.
For the past five months, I’ve been in a small apartment where I have complete control over its cleanliness. The idea of stepping outside my comfort zone caused some anxiety, but once I had started planning my trip to Arowhon Pines in Algomquin Park, my spirits rose. I considered several new criteria in my decision-making process – not just the destination itself, but also how I would get there, onsite healthcare, nearby hospitals and mobility and access
I’ve always been hesitant to visit overcrowded The Grotto, an open cave hidden in the cliff face of the Niagara Escarpment near Tobermory. But when two adventurous friends and I started planning a girls’ road trip to feed our travel bug during the pandemic, The Grotto, with its timed four-hour parking slots operating at half capacity, started to look more attractive.
Travel writer Kathy Condon shares her tips for enjoying Palm Springs like a local.
When Questions Lead to Amazing Travel Experiences Have you ever been somewhere and have a question bubble up in you that cannot be contained and you...
One day my 70-year old mom asked me to join her on a trip to Hungary. The trip was not very successful. Ten years later, we’ve been travelling together ever since. Here are my tips to travel with mom.
I’m standing about 800 km east of Havana, Cuba on a narrow bridge spanning an effervescent jade ocean. In the distance, an iron statue of Ernest Hemingway welcomes me to Cayo Guillermo in the Jardines del Rey archipelago, a 200-km string of tiny islands sprinkled off the northern coast of Cuba.