Six books that might just inspire you to walk the Camino de Santiago, recommended by women who have done it.
In Emma Tennant’s memoir “A House in Corfu” we visit Greece and celebrate the joy of a timeless world, one of vine, olive and sea.
Guest Writer Karen Gershowitz shares her story of traveling with chronic pain to Iceland, and shows us how it might slow you down, but doesn’t have to permanently ground you.
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.
This year I spent one week in Florence all by myself and it was so enjoyable. Much of the reason it was so much fun stemmed from the female-centered tips offered to me from other JourneyWomen both prior to my departure and while I was there. Now in true JW style I pass these suggestions on to other women heading off to explore Florence!
While the beauty and appeal of the historic capital of Portugal never fails to impress, contemporary Lisbon is home to an ever-emerging range of art and design centers set in hip, refurbished warehouses, walled medieval castles, gothic cathedrals, historic theaters, lively cafes, and intimate tascas.
Best-selling author Patricia Sands shares her love for southern France and offers travel tips for women visiting the region.
Looking for physical healing post knee surgery, Maria S. booked a wellness retreat – and walked away with a ‘prescription’ for a lifetime of health in mind, body and spirit.
An art professor who reluctantly heads out on a scheduled sabbatical renews her passion for her own art and gets a preview of an exciting post-retirement life of her own creation.
A burned-out, broken-hearted event planner moonlighting at a Portuguese tapas bar in Toronto rediscovers herself in a Habitat for Humanity build in Portugal.