Articles By: Jen B

The Married Guy’s Guide to: Las Vegas

The Married Guy’s Guide to: Las Vegas
By Dean Arrindell Special to Lost Girls World *** The moment you land in Las Vegas, it’s easy to see why it’s called Sin City:  slot machines are in the airport and scantily-clad party-people are living it up in nearly every ad.  The city tourism department even embraced “What happens...
August 10th, 2010 | Dispatches from the Road, Featured, Lost Boys, Nevada, Sports & Games | Read More

Crowd Knows Best: Pros and Cons of Group Travel

Crowd Knows Best: Pros and Cons of Group Travel
By Carmi Louw Special to Lost Girls World *** You know the saying – three’s a crowd.  It’s the general consensus that too many cooks spoil the broth, and I thought no different when preparing to go on a month-long jaunt through Europe with four friends.  It seemed like it would be...
April 7th, 2010 | Featured, Group Travel, Planning, Travel Philosophy | Read More

Giving Back: Grassroots.org

Giving Back: Grassroots.org
By Lisa Katzenberger Special to The Lost Girls In the season of giving, there are plenty of non-profit organizations where you can donate money to support a wonderful cause. But Grassroots.org is a unique way to donate your skills. This organization provides technical infrastructure – like website...
December 15th, 2009 | Volunteering & Giving Back, Websites and Blogs | Read More

Lost in Africa: Great Escape to Namibia

Lost in Africa: Great Escape to Namibia
By Courtney Brooks LG International Travel Correspondent Expired visas are the best excuse for a road trip… A few weeks after arriving in Cape Town I ran into a problem. South Africa only gives visitors 90-day visas, and mine was about to expire. Last year when I came here I got a volunteer visa...
December 9th, 2009 | Adventure Travel, Bus, Cabins & Camping, Fitness & Workouts, Group Travel, Namibia, Passports & Visas, South Africa, Wildlife & Animals | Read More

Best NYC Spas: Mama Spa in the LES

Best NYC Spas: Mama Spa in the LES
By Jennifer Baggett LG Executive Editor ***** When it comes to Manhattan’s Lower East Side, there are certain images that instantly come to mind: Tourists fighting over the most authentic looking “Praado” and “Louis Fuax-tton” bags on Canal Street. Pastrami sandwiches stacked...
November 25th, 2009 | New York City, Spa & Beauty | Read More

Molly Gallagher: New LG Travel Correspondent!!

Molly Gallagher: New LG Travel Correspondent!!
The Lost Girls are thrilled to welcome Molly Gallagher to our team of international reporters. Read all about how Molly first caught the travel bug, her consummate love affair with Spain and her latest adventures abroad. Then stay tuned for her first dispatch from the road tomorrow afternoon! ***** ...
October 14th, 2009 | Lost Girls, Spain, Studying Abroad | Read More

Best NYC Cafes for Writers: EarthMatters

Best NYC Cafes for Writers: EarthMatters
Since posting my Viva La Vie Boheme blog a couple weeks ago, I’m embarrassed to admit that I’ve slipped back into old bad habits. Although I’ve added a few sets of rather stylish pajamas and lounge wear to my ‘freelance uniform’ collection, that’s still no excuse for...
June 24th, 2009 | Extras, New York City, Restaurant Reviews, Wifi & Internet Cafes | Read More

Viva La Vie Boheme!

Viva La Vie Boheme!
 Blame it on my television background/life-long passion for film, but when Amanda, Holly and I first learned that we were going to be book authors, a montage of romanticized images flashed in my mind: Lounging with my laptop in an East Village coffee shop surrounded by poets, artists and other quintessential...
June 10th, 2009 | City Travel, Food & Wine, New York City, The Lost Girls: The Book, Wifi & Internet Cafes | Read More

LG Cause: DC Walk to Beat the Clock

LG Cause: DC Walk to Beat the Clock
As one of the world’s most passionate and skilled night owls, it’s a near impossible feat to persuade me to voluntarily rise with the sun. But during my recent weekend stint down to MD/DC to visit my hometown VIPs, I was presented with several compelling incentives to join the ranks of those...
May 27th, 2009 | Health & Safety, North America, Volunteering & Giving Back, Websites and Blogs | Read More

A New Way to Wi-Fly!

A New Way to Wi-Fly!
I hate to pull the whole “when I was a kid I had to walk a hundred miles to school through a snow storm in bare feet” but when The Lost Girls were traveling around the world, we often had to scour remote villages for tiny huts containing 1980s PCs, wrestle other backpackers for an open station...
May 20th, 2009 | Air, Travel Products & Services, Websites and Blogs, Wifi & Internet Cafes | Read More