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My Experience in Morocco + Female Travel Tips

From miles of glorious golden Sahara sand, vibrant medinas, thrilling markets, quaint ocean towns,  flavorful tagines, and gorgeous mountain landscapes – Morocco has something for everyone. 1,468 more words

Cruising the Caribbean {Part 5}: Window shopping in Grand Cayman

It’s not for nothing that they affectionately nickname it ‘Brand Cayman’… After all, the island is considered the top shopping destination in the Caribbean. Even if you haven’t planned an excessive splurge in your holiday budget, it’s still nice to do some serious lusting after luxury items behind polised window displays to nurture your inner shoppaholic. 254 more words

  • Reinventing The Travel Experience To Meet The Needs Of Women
    Global travel is a $7.61 trillion dollar industry in 2014, according to Statista. Nearly two-thirds of travelers today are women, reports the George Washington University School of Business.
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In an era of increased globalization, the need for varied coverage of gendered topics is critical to a free and representative press. The International Women’s Media Network is offering a global travel grant to journalist to cover such issues. 193 more words

Dargaville, NZ: Part 2

It’s interesting how small towns around the world can feel so similar to one another, cultural, geographical, and other differences aside. I’ve learned that my preference is to live in more populated, more diverse areas, but passing through small towns and staying long enough to start seeing familiar faces, especially in a different country, can be a fun change from the typical international metropolises I’m drawn to. 416 more words

Where Are the Places I Will Go?

The world is a big place, and I’ve already been able to visit 40 countries, so how did I decide on the places to go? A lot of Google, many web and Facebook pages, friends recommendations and several, “Oh that looks so pretty, I have to go there!” 194 more words


Room for one

Booking that room for one when you travel solo, especially if on a tight budget, can present a minefield of potential disappointments – I’ve certainly had my fair share of unpleasant stays. 2,679 more words

Solo Travel