Six books that might just inspire you to walk the Camino de Santiago, recommended by women who have done it.
Artists see the world differently. They travel differently too. Solo traveller Karen Gershowitz, who has been to more than 90 countries, uses art to connect with the people she meets (and herself) all around the world.
Tita Manice has travelled to over 68 countries, including India, New Zealand, Bhutan and Morocco. Her passion for the uncharted path is equaled only by her passion for small insects – bees – that inspires her to seek out beekeepers and honey around the world.
A seasoned solo traveller shares her earliest travel inspirations, youthful escapades, how to stay independent when travelling as a couple, and finding hope through travel after being widowed.
Retired teacher Marillee Carroll uses curiosity as her compass – in her everyday life, and when she travels. With it, she’s found her way to becoming an expert and insatiable collector. Of knowledge, people, and experiences.
Meet JourneyWoman Advisory Council member Dr. Mary Clark, whose father inspired a sense of adventure that has taken her on many journeys around the world.
For Jo Anne, the sound of David Bowie brings back fond memories from 1967 when she met her first love on a ship from England to the USSR.
How do you mend a broken heart? For JourneyWoman reader Joy, it took a trip to Italy and a man named Luigi. Here is her story, as told by JW editor Amanda.