Type of traveller
Multi-Generational / Family
Sharing a love of travel with our children and grandchildren makes our journey even more fulfilling.
JourneyWoman Donna travelled Turkey with her daughter – they went without a group and without a plan. Find out why they think you should too!
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.
One day my 70-year old mom asked me to join her on a trip to Hungary. The trip was not very successful. Ten years later, we’ve been travelling together ever since. Here are my tips to travel with mom.
In celebration of International Women’s Day (IWD) on March 8, we asked our JourneyWoman community to share their photos of women, mothers and daughters from around the world and share the stories behind the photos.
The three biggest fears a lot of people have about traveling in a ‘developing’ nation seem to be bed bugs, bacteria and bad guys.
India is a shopper’s paradise. You just can’t beat the combination India offers: an incredible variety of gorgeous items, most often hand-made, at temptingly low prices.
As JourneyWomen, we have an opportunity to create a positive impact in the world when we travel. Being in Puerto Rico post-Maria gave me the chance to do just that.
The plan was to meet the ship in Hamilton Harbour and spend Friday night onboard in preparation for an early departure to Montreal on Saturday morning. The Algoma Strongfield would continue to Quebec City, another 24 hours of sailing.
If you need a winter escape, look no further than Key West, Florida. It’s only five square miles, but I’ve never been bored! You can walk or bike from one side of the island to the other in minutes, and there is no shortage of unique experiences.