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Best Singles TravelNew River Gorge, West Virginia July 1 - July 4 2011 Great adventure for both the experienced rafter and beginners.Rvs Offer Women Travelers Freedom, Flexibility & Fun : Road & Travel MagazineLast summer, when my five sisters and I needed a break from our husbands, kids, babies, work-heck, we needed a break from our lives -- we took off for a long weekend in an RV, driving it to a family camping resort near the seashore. Our "Girls-Only Weekend," which featured lots of laid-back fun and laughter, was one of the most successful trips we've ever had. The RV provided a relaxing, easy way for us to be together. Situated just a few feet from a large lake, a sandy beach and beautiful woodlands, the soothing sound and smell of the water and the trees was a welcome retreat.
Kayaking Adventures for Women, Hiking and Appalachian WeekendTouch the Earth Adventures: Ohio, South Carolina, North CarolinaCLICK HERE to see the 2013 Schedule The 2013 Schedule Details will be listed here soon! Listed below are the 2012 Schedule detailsQuest for Balance – A Yoga and Kayak Retreat - Travel with a PurposeIf you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed . Thanks for visiting! My Quest for Balance began one early fall morning when I stepped out of Toronto’s Fairmont Hotel and just across the street boarded the Ontario Northlander train, part of the VIA Rail Canada system. I’m a huge fan of train travel, and settling in on the Northlander, I noted right away the generous proportions of the train car!Women's TravelSpeaker's Corner: All this week, four accomplished travelers -- Stephanie Elizondo Griest, Liz Sinclair, Terry Ward and Catherine Watson -- talk about the rewards and perils of hitting the road alone as a woman. More e-mails: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 From: Catherine Watson To: Terry Ward, Liz Sinclair and Stephanie Elizondo Griest Subject: Hitting the Road I‘m going to tackle Terry’s wonderful question in two parts—advice for people, especially women, who want to take a trip, especially that first trip alone, and also for people who are thinking of throwing over the traces (giving up the apartment, putting all that stuff into storage!)
Solo Travel Over 50Welcome to Solo Traveler. To receive the monthly Newsletter and the mid-month Solo Travel Advisory of deals, please subscribe on your right. Thanks for visiting! lSolo travel websites for mature travelersI recently wrote a blog post entitled, "Solo travel websites worth checking out," featuring a number of great solo travel resources, mainly for women. A few of our readers responded through our Online Feedback Form, asking for similar tips, only this time geared towards mature female solo travelers. Ladies, thank you for your suggestions—as always, I am more than happy to oblige. At first glance, I wasn't really aware of the amount of great travel resources available for baby boomer women, but it turns out there is a wealth of information out there! After sifting through a number of websites dedicated to "Boomer Travel," I've narrowed it down to a few of my favorites, loaded with tips for anyone over 50 who can't get the travel bug out of their system. A great place to start is Boomeropia, a website designed especially for baby boomer travelers.
For Women Who (Want to) Travel AloneIt was 108 degrees and I had been wandering all day. I was alone, starving, and had no idea how to get back to my campsite. My passport, phone, cash, and credit cards were gone.Almost Fearless LifeRecently, an American woman was found dead in Turkey. Sarai Sierra, a 33 year old New Yorker had traveled to Turkey, alone, and went missing. They just found her body. It’s a sad and tragic event, and while it’s rare, it’s still hits you hard. She’s a mom. I feel for her family and friends who are no doubt questioning if there’s anything they could have done, if they should have convinced her to stay home.