If you follow this blog, or any of my social channels, then you know I am prone to road trips anywhere and everywhere. I find them to be the best way to connect with a country, to understand its many nuances, landscape and people. Given our current political upheaval in America, I have also found them to be a form of re-connection, and incredibly freeing. So here are some notes from the road trip.
To my fellow travel lovers, writers, bloggers, photographers and more: given our love of learning when it comes to people and places, can’t we be doing more to highlight issues that need attention and also give back to organizations trying to make the world a better place?
Walking around a city with no particular destination is one of the best travel experiences. Immersing yourself in the sights, sounds, feel of a place yet undiscovered will often tune you into yourself again. So let’s go get lost…
This week we lost a giant. Not just the incredible storyteller, traveler, host, author and chef, but a man of integrity, authenticity and originality who moved around the world with ease, connecting with people from all walks of life. Anthony Bourdain, you will be greatly missed.
It was recently World Storytelling Day, and the need to hear women’s stories, lessons and cultural experiences from around the globe has never been greater for women as cultural storytellers. So why are we not hearing about more experiences across borders? Read more