The Secrets of Amsterdam’s Red Light District: Lessons Editor Amanda Burgess learns about sex, love and empowerment from an immersive Airbnb virtual tour in a brothel.
The most important love you can have is the love you have for yourself – a lesson Nadine L learned & shares in this story about how travel is her self-love.
There’s nothing like a good summer read to give us the ‘story behind the story’ for our next trip. In this series, we look at best-selling summer reads that share women’s stories from France, the US, India, Brazil, Egypt and the Middle East. Love, family, resilience, and triumph over adversity are just some of the themes explored in these books.
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.
Aches and pains eventually catch up with all of us, but author Elizabeth Bingham shares her mobility tips to keep even the most enthusiastic travellers on the go.
Guest writer Dr. Carol Kline shares guidelines and tips to help travellers engage in responsible animal-based tourism.
We may miss travelling, but imagine what your luggage would say if it could talk? JW editor Amanda put the question to our community, and you did not disappoint!
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.
You know those times on a travel adventure where we meet someone or have a brief encounter that stays with us long after the journey ends? Those people become guideposts in our lives – even if we don’t realize it at the time.
When Questions Lead to Amazing Travel Experiences Have you ever been somewhere and have a question bubble up in you that cannot be contained and you...
Navigating animal experiences while traveling can be tricky. Join us on June 23 to learn about basic guidelines for us on what to do – or not do – so that we’re more informed when we start traveling again.
This is a time to learn and listen, but also a time to act. We’ve compiled resources
recommended by our community, friends and family.
Even as parts of the world begin opening up, international travel seems a long way off, but there’s no better time than now to channel all that pent-up wanderlust into our own cities and towns.