Bosnia travel has brought me great joy, moments of reflection, and the courage that comes from venturing into unknown territory and finding treasures of culture, history, and natural beauty. Although it is easy to fly into main cities such as Mostar or Sarajevo, driving through the countryside is a peaceful and inspiring way to experience […]
Brisbane on a budget There are few things better than a Girl’s Getaway, especially when it’s to a fabulous city like Brisbane, Queensland. But sometimes the cost of hotels, transportation, food, and entertainment can add up so fast the trip is over before it even begins. Queensland Museum of Art Thankfully, with a bit of […]
A well dressed woman tells us how Silver Fork Vineyard and Winery got its name: It is on this 32 acres of land that Silver Creek and White Fork Creek intersect. Both creeks, flowing from the Catawba River almost come together here, and then flow parallel before gracefully crossing and then once again becoming parallel. When the owners were […]
When traveling abroad and things do go wrong it can be incredibly stressful. The savvy Travel Belle can minimize these risks with some planning and common sense.
It is at the market that a given culture does you the favor of turning itself inside out for you.
Forget Paris: To find the most beautiful café in the world, you need to head east, to Hungary’s capital: Budapest.
Part two of Taylor St. John’s adventures in Raglan, New Zealand. (Part one can be found here) Out the back of a little house in Raglan West bathing suits dangled from a clothes line and dripping wetsuits hung over a fence haphazardly, which made the neighbor angry. Paddleboards, surfboards, kayaks and bikes were scattered around […]
Taylor St. John explores, Raglan, a famed North Island surf village, and can’t resist staying a while When the bus first drove me into Raglan, I forgot to get off. Or rather I hadn’t thought the short string of shops we had just passed amounted to the entire business center of the famed North Island […]
When I first moved to France, one of the first questions people would ask me was, “Why?” To me it seemed an odd question – “Why not?” I always wanted to answer. But I didn’t. Instead, I came up with a flippant answer, far from the full truth, but definitely an influential and attractive aspect of the country: “For the cheese.”
I don’t ski. And after a trip to The Westin Riverfront Resort and Spa at Beaver Creek Mountain in the middle of winter, I still see little reason to start.