In this week’s JetSetter Series, we catch up with Trusted Travel Girl’s Valerie Wilson on travel tips for a jaunt to the magical and mystical land of Cuba. Being one of the first American women to legally visit Cuba when it was on the brink of change, I am often
(Photo: Wilderness Festival by Andrew Whitton) Summer’s finally here and let us all collectively rejoice. The days are longer, the temps are warmer and it’s the most ideal time to take advantage of the countless festivals around the globe. Whether the festival is local to you or a plane ride
In this week’s JetSetter Series, we catch up with Trusted Travel Girl’s Valerie Wilson on packing tips before hitting the slopes for an adventurous ski trip. Ski Trip Packing Guide: Skiing is an expensive sport and going on a ski trip is a generally a costly investment in a vacation.
Travel and packing. The enduring conundrum we face with every new trip. Recently we shared with you some incredibly useful tips for creating the ultimate packing list courtesy of Mom’s Guide to Travel’s Tawanna Browne Smith. But what about the flip side – what NOT to pack? There is
Spring is in the air which means that Spring Break travel is almost here. Thankfully the snow has melted for most of us. As we start packing for spring break, lists are void of bulky items such as winter socks, turtlenecks and long johns. Unless of course, you are traveling
Google “traveling as a couple” and you will find article after article worth of recommendations on how best to avoid letting it “make or break” you as a couple. As a pair that’s traveled to more than 40 countries together, American Ronnie and Australian Phoebe of travel blog Many Many
As a continuation of last week’s discussion with Dr. Jane Goodall, we’re back to hear about some of her most memorable travel experiences. For someone who has been actively traveling the world for more than 50 years, we were anxious to see what she had to say. Read on for
Want to know more about the two explorers tapped by WIRED Insider and Victorinox Swiss Army for this year’s Victorinox Adventures spanning from the Pacific Northwest all the way to Switzerland? Read on for a Q&A with Cory Staudacher and Bethany Olson and a behind-the-scenes look at their Victorinox Adventures!
As we continue to celebrate inspirational women, we are lucky enough to have caught up with Jane Goodall, Ph.D., DBE, Founder, the Jane Goodall Institute and UN Messenger of Peace. Throughout her career spanning more than 50 years, Dr. Goodall’s research and observations have redefined the relationship between humans and
Our latest post in the JetSetter Series spotlights Molly Beauchemin, an associate staff writer at Pitchfork.com – and a fashion, food and culture critic that is always on the move. While she resides in Brooklyn, New York, her job requires frequent trips to report on culture – from local fare