Everything You Need to Know About Grenoble France…

My name is Ceci and I lived in Grenoble, France for ten months. Grenoble can best be described in these five words: diverse, friendly, scenic, budget-friendly, and safe. Women should consider visiting Grenoble because it is a safe travel destination, is much more diverse than other European cities, and is a relaxing city. If you […]


Four Corners: A Journey into the Heart of Papua New Guinea by Kira Salak

This travel story is an excerpt from Four Corners: A Journey into the Heart of Papua New Guinea by Kira Salak. I left Tahiti behind, still hearing Coco’s words, You always go, non? The plane rose and I watched the shores of French Polynesia fade to a spread of blue ocean. The fragrance of Tahiti seemed […]


How to Bike Across the U.S. by Kathleen Ventura

Bike Across The U.S.

My husband, Brock, and I knew that when our lease was up we’d sell everything, quit our jobs, and travel the world. We had a lot of ideas, but ultimately decided to stay in the U.S. before heading abroad. We had been half kidding about riding our bikes across the country for a while, and […]


St. John’s Best Kept Secrets by Lisa…

My name is Lisa and I lived inSt. John’s, Canada for my whole life (24 years). St. John’s can best be described in these five words: colourful, lively, cultural, beautiful, friendly. Women should consider visiting St. John’s because it has something for everyone. The oldest city in North America, St. John’s is overflowing with culture […]


The National Geographic Young Explorer’s Guide to the Chesapeake Bay…

Dana Bunnell-Young

When National Geographic backs your research, you know you’ve made it! And Dana Bunnell-Young should know… Dana is an environmental scientist (more on that in a minute) living and working along the Chesapeake Bay – an outdoor wonderland for fishing, swimming, kayaking, boating, bird-watching, and research. Yes, research. Dana is on a mission to investigate the cause […]