My 16-year old grandson, Josh and I have two big interests in common. We both have a terrific love of photography and adventure travel – the kind of travel that allows us to delve into environments and cultures different from our own.
Avoid becoming a prime target for thieves. The smart woman traveller wants to remain as inconspicuous as possible.
Evelyn Hannon was often asked: asked, ‘when did you take your first solo trip and why?’
Being alone, I can go when and where I want to. My experiences are never diluted. I get the full impact of both the problems as well as the pleasures– a perfect situation for anyone who thrives on potent travel adventures.
Picture this. You, hubby and the kiddies have been out sightseeing all day and you’re all pooped. Everybody is cranky and you wish you didn’t have to go out for supper.
Recently I’ve read several blogs written by experienced backpackers who offer their well-intentioned tips on having good, clean sex in hostels around the world. I’ve reviewed these tips and was left wondering ‘do solo women travellers think it’s cool to have casual sex with strangers on the road?’
Doing the background research for an article on Japan, my favorite recipe called ‘Non-Swedish Meatballs’ suddenly popped into my mind. I thought… Why not?
One of Evelyn’s most sage pieces of advice, here we have seven reasons why every woman should use a diaper bag when travelling.
JourneyWoman readers tell us about the good deeds that they’ve done on the road.
Evelyn’s ‘slowed down’, luxurious travel experience onboard a barge floating don the French Nivernais Canal.