Guest writer Anna Hobbs shares her fulfilling experience hiking the Jura Crest Trail, the gentle long-distance hike in Switzerland, that runs parallel to the Swiss-French border.
Need a nosh or a cuppa? JourneyWoman Joy shares her bangin’ tips on England’s best spots to stay, eat, and explore, including tours, pubs and afternoon tea. To help you talk like a local, she’s also compiled a handy guide to British slang – you’ll want to take a gander at this!
The saying goes that “it takes a village” to raise a child. No one in rural India defines this saying more than former village chief Shyam Sundar Paliwal, who plants 111 trees for every girl born in his village. Bonnie Hinschberger shares her experiences visiting this tiny village in Piplantri, between Deogarh and Udaipur, in semi-arid Rajasthan.
At age 69, Sally Peabody took her first trip to Venice, weeks before knee replacement surgery that would halt her travels in their tracks.
Diagnosed with MS in 2002, Elizabeth Jones never thought she would travel the world. Then she discovered the Alinker.
As JourneyWomen, we have an opportunity to create a positive impact in the world when we travel. Being in Puerto Rico post-Maria gave me the chance to do just that.
Evelyn’s ‘slowed down’, luxurious travel experience onboard a barge floating don the French Nivernais Canal.