Articles By: Rachel
I love to travel to places with the fewest American tourists. In the last few years, I've been to Morocco, Ukraine, Belarus, Romania, and Panama. Always open to new suggestions!
As an avid reader of Amy Klein’s fertility columns on the New York Times’ Motherlode blog, I was intrigued to learn that Ms. Klein was relocating to Israel to continue her fertility treatments. Over the past year, her writing has detailed her trials and tribulations with her fertility treatments in the US, exuding a wonderful combination of determination, honesty, and serious self-reflection
Pink Pangea co-founder, Rachel Sales, reports from Tel Aviv on why she founded Pink Pangea and how traditional travel guides often fail female travelers.
Recently I’ve been thinking about what it means to be a feminist today–and why so many women still reject the label.
After years spent helping Eritrean refugees escape torture houses in the Sinai, Meron Estefanos decided to travel to the scene of the crime. In this interview with Pink Pangea, Estefanos explains why she knowingly put her life in danger
Sometimes trips give you time to relax and sometimes trips enable you to immerse yourself in a new culture. On our trip to Budapest, my husband and I I dove deeply into life and all that it presents: the beautiful, the comforting, the good, the new, the old, the tragic, and the ugly.