Brain-enriching and deliciously fun, traveling as a writer can be a hectic business. Keeping a travel journal allows me to compensate for a shamefully inadequate memory by getting down the hard-core facts.
Don Nadeau of BidonTravel.com hopes these tips will give JourneyWomen the basic information that every rental car customer should know.
“I can’t say enough about “Who is Amsterdam Tours”, an experience that gives you an intimate view on real life, with real people while in Amsterdam.” – Andrea
You know those pivotal moments when you explore a new place and a little voice inside you whispers "go down that alley" or "what is that – go find out"? or "you need to do this"? We don't always listen to that voice. We don't always trust our intuition. But when we...
Guest writer Ursula Maxwell Lewis shares some the classic travel books, including suggestions from the JourneyWoman community.
An unplanned road trip is the perfect opportunity to put your trust in the universe and explore our amazing world without boundaries, structure or schedules!
Leslie Ehm shares her five favourite tube stops in London, England.
Women travellers are likely to be subject to particular stresses whilst travelling, certainly until they’ve reached a certain plateau of self-confidence and familiarity with cultural “rules”.
Jodi Ettenberg, lawyer and foodie behind legalnomads.com, shares her particular expertise on how to eat street food around the world without getting sick.
Evelyn shares her top 12 tips for when you’re sick on the road.