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Maybe you’re dreaming of seeing the glaciers in Patagonia or observing wildlife in the Maasai Mara in Kenya. Or maybe you want to visit temples in small towns in India. There are many opportunities for us as women to learn, grow and teach. Whether it be with a girlfriend, your partner, your children or simply on your own, let’s make this your year for creating authentic travel memories.
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JourneyWoman Book Club: “Nervous Conditions” by Zimbabwean author Tsitsi Dangarembga in Support of IWD 2021
In support of International Women’s Day on March 8, we selected “Nervous Conditions” by Zimbabwean author Tsitsi Dangarembga.
Spain holds a special place in my heart, always inviting deeper exploration into its history and culture. I’m hoping these virtual tours by Context Travel satisfy my wanderlust until I can return!
In February 2021, JourneyWoman Book Club visits the ancient city of Orvieto in Italy’s Umbria region, with “The Lady in the Palazzo: At Home in Umbria.”
JourneyWoman Book Club: “Tales of a Female Nomad: Living at Large in the World” by Rita Golden Gelman
In January 2021, the JourneyWoman Book Club explores nomad life, with “Tales of a Female Nomad”, the memoir of Rita Golden Gelman. Bring your backpack and join us s we head to Bali, Mexico, Nicaragua and Israel.
The Camino de Santiago trail in Spain has been well-traveled for decades but guest writer Rebecca Brown reminds solo women adventurers that safety should always be at the forefront when traveling.
In the first installment in a new New Zealand series, Editor Amanda Burgess chronicles her two-week solo travel adventure through New Zealand’s South Island – the crazy things she did on her ‘Adrenaline Junkie’ tour, the friends she made, and her insights about this breathtaking country, its people, and herself.
We know that women – the key decision-makers in travel – will shape its future. Our choices, our demands, where we put our dollars will influence how the industry rebuilds and reinvents itself. JourneyWomen pen postcards to places they plan to revisit post-pandemic.
Contributing writer Diana Eden shares safety tips gleaned from her travels through Morocco with her sister – two Canadians in their 70s who chose to stay in the peaceful oasis of riads as balm to the heat and chaos of a dazzlingly country always in motion.
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.
Mother-daughter film buffs Doni and Franny Belau share their top 10 films to quench your travel wanderlust.
When travelling, curiosity is a better guide than any guidebook. Take a hint from this tip shared by curious traveller Carolyn from New York.
Every day, we can ask ourselves: “What can I do to help?” Staying home is what I can do to help.
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