By Sarah Kohl — If Niagara Falls is the self-proclaimed ‘Honeymoon Capital of the World’ what would you call a picturesque, sophisticated town an hour north on the shores of Lake Ontario?
Baby boomers were lucky enough to experience the expansion and evolution into traveling as we know it today. Travel has become one of the most prevalent resolutions made on New Year’s Eve, and by the time they reach the age of retirement ….
By Jody Hanson — “You went where and did what?” I hissed through clenched teeth.
“But I thought that visiting an orphanage would be doing good work,” replied Andrew, my unsuspecting friend who was visiting from Australia.
Lash, an expat American who’s been traveling the world solo since 1998, immerses herself in nature, culture and the arts of countries she visits.
Here she shares the story of her journey to the access point of Mt. Semeru Volcano.
As baby boomers, are we too old to stay in hostels? Elisabeth Sowerbutts has been travelling for 30+ years, often staying in hostels. In this article, she talks about her experiences.
By Catherine Sweeney — I was excited about my upcoming road trip through part of Nova Scotia, but first would be a day in this Maritime province’s capital city of Halifax — a return to a place I had only briefly visited during a family road trip as a teenager.
There’s nothing quite like planning your first holiday without the kids. For the first time, you’re free to tailor your destination, hotel and excursions to your own specifications, to splash out on a cruise, or to consider the alluring proposition of all inclusive holidays …
“The hardest part of running the CHOICE project is working with volunteers,” sighs Ross Wright, a 69 year-old Australian who has been donating his time six days a week since 2006 to work with three villages outside of Phnom Penh.