Women Who Travel Solo: Female Solo Travel in Slovenia with Vesna Veliscek
Vesna Veliscek, the founder of Slocally, a website that connects travelers with local experiences in her home country of Slovenia, offers advice for female solo travelers in Slovenia.
Following my recent post about the Indian Ocean, I've been spending an even greater amount of time than usual daydreaming about locations on my travel bucket list. Today my daydreams are centered around Portugal, a country that remains one of my
Rolling fields of blonde wheat twist past winding vineyards that cascade into a patchwork of yellow sunflowers, ruby poppies and green hills. This is Tuscany, home to natural beauty and history.
Celebrate the Second Anniversary of Something In Her Ramblings With My Top 10 Favorite Travel Destinations
I've been blogging for two years! Celebrate the second anniversary of Something In Her Ramblings with a look at my top 10 favorite travel destinations in the world.
As my life has taken me away from the bustling streets of Madrid to the remote rainforest of Costa Rica, I’ve come to realize just what an amazing continent Europe is and how easy it is to explore by rail.
Women Who Travel Solo: Michelle Philippon
Fear It’s December 2006. I've just turned 21, I'm by myself in Paris, and I'm absolutely terrified. I spent the past three days touring the City of Lights with a friend I met studying abroad in England. She served as our guide,
Between the infamous Red Light District and the legality of a certain illicit substance, Amsterdam has a slanted reputation that didn’t make it land at the top of my travel list while I was exploring Europe. But going beyond the Red Light
I started my blog Something In Her Ramblings about a year and a half ago, not only to document my travels around Europe while teaching English in Madrid, but also with the hope of inspiring other women to take a bold
The jungle of Costa Rica is a beautiful place to live. But, as far as seasons go, we get half the amount of fun. Costa Rica only has two distinct seasons – dry, which lasts roughly from December to *fingers crossed*