Even the world’s most famous pilgrimage, Spain’s Camino de Santiago, has some surprises for experienced walker JourneyWoman Publisher Carolyn Ray.
Guest Writer Sue Janzen offers her perspective on solo travel for women over 50, with practical advice and tips for first-timers.
How Shifting into Slow Travel Changed my Life: A Q&A with Kathy Wood, Founder of European Experiences
European Experiences Founder Kathy Wood shares how slow travel has helped her build connections to people and cultures.
We chat with slow travel pioneer Pauline Kenny to explore the benefits of slow travel for us and the earth.
Barge travel as all the makings of a female-friendly encounter. Evelyn Hannon writes about her experience cruising the waterways of Burgundy, France.
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.
From Hemingway to Judy Blume, Carolyn explores the rich literary history of Key West, Florida.
JourneyWoman publisher Carolyn Ray reflects on climate change while at Los Glaciares National Park in Patagonia, Argentina.
Packing for a cruise requires a definite knack – a skill Arline Bleecker didn’t always have.
While her girlfriends were fighting the crowds of Christmas shoppers in their downtown malls, Evelyn Hannon was gliding down the Danube River along with like-minded folks who decided to spend the lead up to Christmas differently.