By Marta Sobczak Sudan is and always will be special for me. Visiting this country has changed my life forever and roused my thirst of traveling. Combining the cultures of tribal, black Africa with the Muslim world, Sudan is a place like no other. I love it and I am sure you will too. Check […]
Stories about intrepid women who travel the world fearlessly, and share their stories to inspire more women to take to the road.
The Most Eastern island of the Philippines: Siargao Island By Alexandra Wagner Having been backpacking for 12 months I longed for some rest on a beautiful island. I found a video of a Swedish girl who opened a hostel on an island called Siargao in the Philippines. She said the island is full of lush […]
A Bucket-list Destination, Romania, In the Company of Women By Max Hartshorne GoNOMAD Editor Some places live more in old legends than in modern-day travel reality. A place like Romania, for example, is best known for a 15th-century vampire named Dracula in the Transylvania region than for its terrifying recent political past, and current relative prosperity. […]
Marijuana Culture in Montezuma, Costa Rica By Samantha Lego That the door to our hostel dormitory could be locked from both sides should have raised some red flags for us. But we were hot, travel-worn and the location was too perfect to pass up. Nestled between the jungle and the ocean and built directly on […]
Face to Face with the Enemy? A Women’s Group Visits Iran By Phyllis Stoller At the end of 2013, The US and Iran signed an agreement that freezes some Iranian nuclear projects and lowers some US sanctions. The result is an increase in Americans visiting Iran despite our lack of diplomatic relations and frequent State […]
A River Ship Built with Single Cabins, and in some cases, no Single Supplement! By Max Hartshorne GoNOMAD Editor For many people who love to travel, not having a partner can present a challenge when booking a tour. That’s because of the dreaded single supplement, that sometimes-hefty extra fee that comes when you’re not sharing […]
“Traveling through Italy Can Change Your Life” By Carson McGrath Cassandra Lena Santoro, the founder, and CEO of Travel Italian Style believes that traveling to Italy can change a person’s life. It certainly changed hers. There is something about this country, the topic of more travel books than any other nation, that gets inside your […]
Nigardsbreen By Marina Bukhtiyarova My decision to go to Norway was sudden. The crazy idea came to me in February, one of the coldest months of the year. Norway is known to be a cold country, even in the summer. My friends told me it was not for them. However, I am originally from Russia so […]
Bolivia: A high altitude trek to ancient Incamachay cave paintings, see sweeping views of the Andes and a lesson to hire a local guide next time.
TalkTalkbnb Brings Foreign Language Speakers into Your Home By Elijah Rivera What do Rosetta Stone, four years in high school and an entire section of Barnes and Noble have in common? They all fail to teach you a second language. Time and time again it has been proven that a second language is nearly impossible […]