Visitors to the Middle East often wander through spice markets with curious noses and dawdle their way through meals wondering, “What is that flavour?” Food in Dubai is reminiscent of the flavours and aromas of the spice market.
When searching out a good restaurant to sample some of the dishes and flavours mentioned here, find Dubai hotels or restaurants that are well reviewed and ask for the waiters’ recommendations. Read on for a description of some of the spices commonly used in Emirati cuisine and some of the favourite dishes of Dubai cooks. Read more
Guest Post by Sara Moses of He Travel
Start a new love affair with the American Redrock desert, the wild Colorado River, the moonlit mountains, and the tenacious cactus and wildflowers. Our Women-Only expedition gives lesbian travelers a new perspective on the Grand Canyon: awe-inspiring, exhilarating, and profound week in the wilderness. It is an empowering adventure on so many levels. Read more
Guest post by Carlo Roberts, owner of The Blue Walk
Imagine coming back from your vacation feeling lighter, energized, stronger, relaxed and on top of the world. Isn’t that what vacations are supposed to do?
They can. Meet The Blue Walk, unique one-week guided walking tours along the gorgeous French Riviera. Our walks extend along the Blue Mediterranean coast from the Italian border on the east to just beyond Cannes on the west.
No hiking boots or packs required, they’re designed to bring you to the Cote d’Azur’s best-loved spots – from Antibes to Italy, Menton to Monte Carlo – around lunchtime, and give you the Riviera as your playground each afternoon. Read more
Guest post by Dee Farrell of Rainbow Tourism Asia covers Lesbian and Gay Travel in Asia.
Spending a day at the world-heritage Royal Elephant Kraal and village in the ancient Siam capital of Ayutthaya is a fantastic way to get hands-on experience with Thailand’s national animal. If you’re lucky, you may even get to ride an Asian elephant to the river so you can check that off your bucket list. And the special treat -Elephantstay is run by two amazing women. Read more
Robyn Smith writes:
Redgirladventures is my business.
I take mostly women to Bali and Indonesia twice a year , and have been doing so for a few years.
After many years personal research , and gathering support, I am now able to provide, what I believe to be an authentic Balinese experience., not usually seen by most visitors to Bali and Indonesia .
Alpinkreaktiv has been in operation since 2001, with a philosophy to offer active and nature friendly women journeys. We will be guests in marvelous and very special regions and we want to have time to discover those and enjoy them. We are based in Germany, and speak German, English and Italian – we welcome women from all over the world.
Our Adventures include: Walking, Trekking, Snowshoeing and Climbing in small groups – in the Alps, South of France, South Tirol, Austria and Italy. Read more
Guest post by Lyn Taylor of Lyn Taylor’s Adventure Travel. Lyn is based in Sydney Australia and regularly organises trips in Asia and beyond.
TIBET one of those extraordinary destinations where indeed adventure lurks around every corner! Adventure on the road is never short on the beautiful Trans Himalayan drive, through mountain, passes, promising a panorama of a cultural and scenic diversity unsurpassable anywhere. I have had the privilege of traveling overland from Kathmandu to Tibet and visa versa at least six times, I just wish that blogging was in 18 years ago, as it would have been much easier to document my trips rather than trying to rely on my memory. Read more
I’m Alecia Caine and I’ve had a passion for France ever since I’m a little girl when I first heard the French language spoken. I fell in love with this beautiful language and that’s when my love affair with France and all things French began. I guess you could say France is my soul mate. If a place can actually be a soul mate. Read Alecia’s Blog and find out about her tours for women in France
Rensina Van Den Heuvel organises tours in Morocco, Queensland and Mongolia – here she writes about a day in Marrakech
Mohammed came to pick me up in the Touristique van at 10.30am on the dot and the music that was wafting loudly from his stereo was very calming. The type of music which can make you relax and feel at ease. Thank goodness for that because Mohammed has a lead foot and he drove the three Germans and I, at breakneck speed, through thick traffic into the Souk in the centre of Marrakech. Read more
Indigoa was created from my own amazing solo travel experiences to India.
It’s been a fascinating journey suffused with anticipation, meaningful moments, mouth watering cuisine, warmth, friendliness, spirituality and so much more. Read more