She used to gallop bareback on her beloved horse, but could Carol Flake Chapman rediscover that wild part of herself on the steppes of Mongolia all these years later.
The slapstick and misdirection would have made the night entirely entertaining if not for the gash in my head. Oh and the fact that everyone was ignoring me.
Because she was almost 50, some doubted her stamina to make the four-day, 26 mile trek in the Andes to Machu Picchu. At times so did she.
As we pop corks to celebrate graduations and weddings, let’s toast the first modern businesswoman, the one who gave us the iconic champagne: Veuve Clicquot. Marion Winik, one of her many loyal fans, recalls a pilgrimage she made to the Veuve’s hometown.
Traveling by yourself means you can absorb more, mix with the locals easily and do whatever you want. Which is all great until something goes wrong. Are you made for winging it by yourself?
Spas were once palaces of pampering, but now they offer collegiate-level curriculums of self-care, including lectures on sleep, nutrition and life management.
There’s no secret stash of sheep urine or spring water that reverses the clock. But up in the mountains of Mexico, the concept of relativity works its magic.
Lost and grieving, Stacey Tompkins joined hundreds of pilgrims on the famous Camino de Santiago and during an emotional month on the trail, she found answers and solace.