Articles By: Lost Girls

Past, Present & Future—It’s All There in Berlin

Past, Present & Future—It’s All There in Berlin
By Isabel B Special to the Lost Girls  If one had to name a single metropolis in Europe that has undergone the most radical changes over the last century, there’s no doubt the answer would be Berlin. Founded in the 12th century, Berlin is considered a “young” city by European standards, yet its...
April 2nd, 2012 | City Travel, Cultural Travel, Germany, Tours & Attractions | Read More

Beauty Around The World – Part 4

by J’Nisha Towne  The fourth in our series of what women around the world will do in their quest for beauty and eternal youth. Beauty regimes, whether waxing stubborn hair from sensitive body parts and injecting fat into facial creases to eating animal entrails and smearing bird droppings onto...
March 20th, 2012 | Central and South America, Cultural Travel, North America, Spa & Beauty | Read More

Following The Footsteps Of Hobbits

by Sarah Deveau Special to The Lost Girls In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit. As I approached the perfectly round door of my motel unit, I thought of that first line in J.R.R.Tolkien’s epic novel, The Hobbit. I was staying in my very own Hobbit hole at Woodlyn Park in Waitomo, New Zealand....
March 6th, 2012 | Extras, New Zealand, Travel Books & Movies | Read More

Lost in Nicaragua: A Renewal at Aqua Wellness Resort

Lost in Nicaragua: A Renewal at Aqua Wellness Resort
by Courtney Dubin Special to Lost Girls World Like a few things in my life, Taylor Swift deserves a bit of credit for my vacation to Nicaragua, or at the very least the idea for how I would write about my trip to the Aqua Wellness Resort in Redonda Bay.  The way she shares her feelings through her lyrics...
March 3rd, 2012 | Featured, In-Room Reviews, Nicaragua | Read More

Australia’s Best Reason to Road Trip: The Great Ocean Road

Australia’s Best Reason to Road Trip: The Great Ocean Road
by Adam Miezio Special to Lost Girls World The Great Ocean Road along Australia’s southeastern coast is the Aussie’s answer to California’s Pacific Coast Highway.  The Great Ocean Road stretches for 151 miles (243km) between the cities Torquay and Warrnambool in the state of Victoria.  An Australian...
March 3rd, 2012 | Australia, Featured, Road Trips | Read More

In-Room Review: The Grand Lucayan, Grand Bahama Island

In-Room Review: The Grand Lucayan, Grand Bahama Island
By The Lost Girls One of the Lost Girls was invited to be a guest of the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism to report on the Grand Lucayan resort as they ready for tourist season. While the Bahamas include more than 700 islands dotting the water off Florida’s southeast coast, most people’s knowledge of...
February 27th, 2012 | Bahamas, Hotel News, Hotels & Resorts | Read More

New Zealand: West Coast Roadtrip and Hostels

by Mattie Schuler Special to The Lost Girls Once getting off the ferry in Picton, the next decision will be to head down the west coast or the east coast first. If heading west, you’ll hit the towns of Nelson, Greymouth and continue on to Queenstown.  This drive could feasibly be done in a couple...
February 21st, 2012 | Budget Travel, Hostels, New Zealand | Read More

Lost Girl of the Week: Kristen Kuchar

Lost Girl of the Week: Kristen Kuchar
Kristen Kuchar, this week’s Lost Girl, is a writer who loves sharing what she’s most passionate about — food and travel. Her greatest loves are cheese, grilling with charcoal, craft beer, and her high-school sweetheart husband, Mark. After stints in studying education and fashion,...
February 15th, 2012 | Lost Girl of the Week | Read More

Beauty Around The World – Part 3

by J’Nisha Towne The third in our series of what women around the world will do in their quest for beauty and eternal youth. Beauty regimes, whether waxing stubborn hair from sensitive body parts and injecting fat into facial creases to eating animal entrails and smearing bird droppings onto blemished...
February 7th, 2012 | Europe, Spa & Beauty | Read More

Lost Girl of the Week: A. Christine Maxfield

Lost Girl of the Week: A. Christine Maxfield
This week’s Lost Girl, Christine Maxfield, had a hard wake-up call—working at a travel magazine didn’t necessarily mean that she was able to travel! So she quit her journalism job in New York, stuffed her goods in storage, and bought a one-way ticket to Africa on a quest to experience the same...
February 1st, 2012 | Lost Girl of the Week | Read More