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Did you know travel art can teach you plenty about a destination? Find out how art - in the street or on the walls - can tell you about a place and its people.
International volunteering is a worthwhile activity - but only if you do it right. Become aware of the ethics surrounding volunteers and make an even larger contribution.
Travel with disabilities is a challenge but, according to expert Candy Harrington, one that can be overcome with the right preparation.
Are you a woman heading off to see the world? These travel resources should be your first stop.
If you're traveling for a few months or more, overseas jobs might stretch your travel dollars and help travel longer.
Keeping a travel journal the traditional way - with pen and paper - can still a wonderful way to preserving those memories long after you've come home
Solo travelers often avoid organized tours because... it's about being solo, right? Sometimes though, a tour is the perfect way to travel.
When is the best time to visit a destination? When it's neither too hot nor too cold, too wet nor too dry? When the air is crisp and clear and the colors bright enough to touch?
Finding cheap ways to travel can be a challenge - but it can be done: the most obvious is often also the most expensive.
Buying round the world tickets can be confusing - let's try to simplify it for you.
My ridiculously practical women's travel packing list - if you're going away for more than a weekend.
Women's travel hats - all hats - are making a comeback, not only because they're useful (they are) but... they look cool.
Once upon a time, you would never leave home without them. Now, although still occasionally used, you'll be hard-pressed to even find someone to cash them.
A woman alone? Traveling to far-off places? How do you tell your friends, and will they be thrilled? Jealous? Indifferent?
Travel to dangerous places is not a great idea but if you must, at least think it through and take some basic precautions.
16 ways solo travel will change the way you see yourself - and the world.
Why you should always travel with a flashlight - and how to choose the best flashlight around.
Hiking boots are essential for certain types of travel: do you need to take a pair with you?
When winter solstice rolls around and you dream of seeing the world, making travel New Year resolutions might help you get on the road.
50+ of the best travel blogs for women - based on readership and popularity.
As the day drew near my fears intensified, pushing me into worsening meltdowns. I was afraid of going, yet I was terrified of not being able to go. I
How one woman on her own spends her life at sea whalewatching in BC.
I’ve been traveling now for 3.5 months as a first-time solo female traveler. Up until now, I’d lived in the same place for thirty years, was married, raised
Know how to make your drinking water safe, whether you're gone for a week or a year.
Learn how to travel solo: ins't it time you thought of yourself for a change?
Still DREAMING of traveling the world after all these years?
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