Archive for Category: "safety"
While backpacking in Thailand, I’ve chosen to steer clear of booze. Though many people travel abroad fo get drunk and party, I’ve got seven reasons why I’ve chosen not to indulge
To help women combat harassment on packed Indian trains, India created women-only train cars. Al-Jazeera English has the story
If I were given a dollar every time a woman told me that she was too scared to travel to Morocco or the Middle East/North Africa region (MENA) alone (or even with female company), I could finance another month-long trip to Morocco. This attitude saddens me so much, because I know firsthand how much these women are missing out on.
After high school high achiever Monika Lutz was rejected from every college she applied to, she decided to spend the next two years figuring out what she really wanted out of life. In her new book, Now What?, Monika traces her internships and travels through nine cities and six countries
As a woman traveler in the Middle East, you’re going to want to cover up–depending on the country you travel to. The modesty laws and norms greatly differ throughout the region. For example, while in Tehran, you may be fined for showing skin, you may feel comfortable in a t-shirt and jeans in Abu Dhabi. [&hellip