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Arriving in Kerala

Arriving in Kerala

The Flight Marathon and a Small Miracle I am not a fit flyer at the best of times, and the flight from New Zealand to Singapore to Kerala was almost a mini marathon for this non runner. Not as full on as he Finnish girls beside me who were in for 36 hours of flying before they got home. At the airport I went to change seats to an aisle sit, and mentioned that I was a bit claustrophobic and more leg... [Read more]

Las Olas Women’s Surf Camp Expands

Las Olas Women’s Surf Camp Expands

This spring, Las Olas Surf Safaris for Women will introduce two new opportunities for their guests. Beginning February 2015, Las Olas will offer Mas Olas, or “more waves,” a customized curriculum for returning or advanced surfers. In March 2015, Las Olas will launch It’s Your Wave, a surf-centric workshop focusing on positive mental reinforcement and personal development. Mas Olas was developed... [Read more]

Amsterdam is not just for Men and Sin!

Amsterdam is not just for Men and Sin!

In December 2014, CondéNastTraveler ranked Amsterdam as the 12th most popular city on the planet for tourists. However Amsterdam is best known for catering to certain adult pleasures, namely legal marijuana and the red light district—and the latter is meant primarily for men. This is not to suggest that there aren’t plenty of women, too, who are intrigued by Amsterdam’s infamous,... [Read more]

Ella International Lesbian Festival Mallorca

Ella International Lesbian Festival Mallorca

ELLA International Lesbian Festival is a 9 days culture, sports, music & arts festival that brings together several thousands of women in the beautiful and sunny island of Mallorca in the Balearic Islands in Spain. The 3rd edition of ELLA Festival will take place from the 1st-9th SEPT 2015. This year’s festival will carry a much stronger cultural and social content through the organization... [Read more]

Visit BHUTAN and the Black Crane Festival

Visit BHUTAN and the Black Crane Festival

Lyn Taylor’s Adventure Travel is offering an early bird discount on the Bhutan’s Black Crane Festival tour departing in November 3 2015. Normally pay US$3980 per person twin share, and if you book before the 30th March for travel on the 3rd November you will pay US$3000 per person. Book a 13-day tour to Bhutan and save 25% per person.  The Black Crane Festival is the most exciting and popular... [Read more]

Walking Writing Women

Walking Writing Women

Amy Amy Gigi Alexander has a mission.  She wants to create a data base of women who write and travel, she is especially keen to encourage diversity in the travel genre, moving beyond colonialist stories.  She has teamed up with Jessie Voigts to set up a website writingwalkingwomen.com  with a focus on Writing Beyond Borders. She has conversations on her website where Amy interviews all kinds of... [Read more]

Cook in Tuscany – Truly All Inclusive

Cook in Tuscany – Truly All Inclusive

Linda from Cook in Tuscany writes: All-inclusive can mean many different things to many different cooking tours in Italy. Tuscany is beautiful but can be hard to navigate. The all-inclusive option offers you the ability to know what you are paying for in advance. I invite you to look closely at itineraries from other tours. Watch out for “You will have time to explore”, “Time to yourself”,... [Read more]

Olagirls – a Mediterranean Getaway for Lesbians

Olagirls – a Mediterranean Getaway for Lesbians

It is on happening on 5 June in Calpe on the Costa Blanca in Spain OlaGirls Getaway  is an opportunity for thousands of lesbians, who are older than 35, to share, learn, have fun and enjoy the Mediterranean culture, climate and natural surroundings in Calpe (Alicante). It is an invitation to let yourself go with the rhythm of a sea that has inspired poets such as Sappho, and adventurers such as... [Read more]