Set in Morocco, Vendela Vida’s novel “The Diver’s Clothes Lie Empty” features a solo traveller on her own journey to identity.
Maria Kamau experiences the ultimate rush on a solo trip abseiling the incredible Sipi Falls in Eastern Uganda, Africa.
Set in Tanzania, “Our House in Arusha” by Sara Tucker is part of our “Once-in-a-Lifetime’ book series including Africa, Spain and Antarctica.
We reveal the top seven Once-in-a-Lifetime Travel Experiences recommended by women, including the Northern LIghts, the Camino de Santiago, Canada’s Rocky Mountains, a Safari in Africa, an Antarctica expedition, Machu Picchu and Bali.
Adventurer Alice Morrison’s book is a quest for knowledge, exploring the Salt Route between Morocco and the lost city of Timbuktu.
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.
It’s August 2018, and I’m on a WE service trip in Kenya with my daughter, Alyx. I thought it would prepare her for life. Never did I imagine the impact it would have on me.
Morocco is a veritable banquet of colour, beauty, history, traditions and exceptional hospitality. Its major cities offer up a way of life in the medinas and souks that reflect the medieval past in all its vibrant glory.
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...
Josh, Evelyn Hannon’s 17-year-old grandson, visited Kenya with WE.org and shares his experience in this beautiful photo essay.