A photo essay celebrating women on the road: the experience of travel, the reality of the road, and the diversity of women travellers and bloggers.
Planning a solo trip to India? Here’s what you need to know about female solo travel in India, my top tip, and meet 20 badass female solo travellers.
Solo female travel myth: It’s dangerous. Hannah Logan bursts the 3 most common myths about solo female travel and suggests a different approach.
Over the course of more than 2 years spent in India, I’ve found my “real India.” It’s not on the backpacker trail, not in any guidebook …
Indiaphile Elen Turner moved to Kathmandu and discovered 6 key differences between India and Nepal that can help you prepare for your visit.
What I’ve learned from 6 years of travel writing and blogging: Making a commitment and just doing it is the most important thing.
These are my top hotels, guest houses, flats, hostels and services for finding the perfect accommodation in Delhi, India for women, solo, travellers.
Third stop on the Mirabai Expedition is in central Rajasthan, where she was born and raised, and where I start to find the essential feminine in her story.
In 2005 I quit my job, and my life, to travel across India for 6 months. This is how I did it and what I learned from the experience.