Archive for the ‘Traveling Solo & Together’ Category

The Un-Spring Break Spring Break: Sayulita, Mexico

The Un-Spring Break Spring Break: Sayulita, Mexico
Not that there’s anything wrong with the bro-tastic trip to wet t-shirt land or any shame in throwing back shots like a freshman trying to pregame in her dorm before an RA walks by. But let’s just say you were in the market for a beach vacation that felt a little less MTV-inspired. May we suggest...
August 3rd, 2010 | Adventure Travel, Budget Travel, Extras, Featured, Featured Getaway, Group Travel, Mexico | Read More

Grazie Roma! How Traveling Helped Me To Get Over Heartbreak

Grazie Roma! How Traveling Helped Me To Get Over Heartbreak
By Brittany Gowan Special to the Lost Girls Studying abroad was always something that I wanted to work into my college equation but by my junior year, with good friends and a boyfriend I loved, I couldn’t imagine leaving a life so happy and fun. Unfortunately or fortunately, I’m still not sure...
July 23rd, 2010 | Featured, Italy, Love on the Road | Read More

10 Must-See US Destinations for Kids

10 Must-See US Destinations for Kids
by Amanda Pressner LG Exective Editor The editorial folks at Sherman’s Travel just released their list of  The Top 10 Places Kids Should See, which we’ve passed along below. Our question is, shouldn’t this be a list of the top 10 spots kids should see in the United States? Or will...
July 14th, 2010 | City Travel, Family & Kid Travel, Featured, United States | Read More

Love Letters to Juliet: Italian Secretaries Carry on Verona Letter Tradition

Love Letters to Juliet: Italian Secretaries Carry on Verona Letter Tradition
Screw mathematics. As corny as it sounds, love is the universal language. Women (and men) fall in love and have their hearts broken all over the world, every day. It doesn’t matter if you live in Asia, Africa, America or Antarctica, that punched-in-the-stomach, gray-tinged, floaty feeling will...
July 12th, 2010 | Featured, Italy, Love on the Road, Travel Philosophy | Read More

The World’s 8 Best Low-Cost Air Carriers

The World’s 8 Best Low-Cost Air Carriers
by Nancy Yeomans LG Air Travel News Editor When traveling around the globe, the cost of your plane ticket is likely to be the largest expense you’ll incur.  If you don’t mind sacrificing a little comfort and amenities—but never safety!—to save money, you’ll have to look beyond...
July 9th, 2010 | Air, Asia, Australia/New Zealand/Pacific, Budget Travel, Central and South America, Europe, Expats Abroad, Finances & Savings | Read More

5 Reasons to Grab a Drink at An Airport Bar

5 Reasons to Grab a Drink at An Airport Bar
Sometimes it feels like we Lost Girls LIVE in airports–between flying home for holidays, heading off to school, jumping the oceans to hit up new countries, or working press trips, coming and going from terminal A to terminal B has become a part of our lives. But, airport hopping gets old fast,...
July 5th, 2010 | Air, Bar Reviews, Solo Travel | Read More

A Girls’ Guide to Vacation Gambling: 3 Ways to Play it Smart at Bahamas Casinos

A Girls’ Guide to Vacation Gambling: 3 Ways to Play it Smart at Bahamas Casinos
By Patty Hodapp LG Deputy Editor If there is such a thing as “The Vegas of the Caribbean,” (and believe it or not, more than one island is referred to in this way!) then the Bahamas would most certainly earn the title. Unless you’ve beached yourself on one of the remote outer islands,...
July 2nd, 2010 | Bahamas, Group Travel | Read More

High on Ketchikan, Alaska: Zip-lining Through the Wilderness

High on Ketchikan, Alaska: Zip-lining Through the Wilderness
by Nancy Yeomans LG Air Travel Editor “There has got to be a way down”, I thought to myself as I stood on a platform high in the treetops.  Looking around, all I could see was the swinging log in front of me.  Everyone in front of me had traversed the log without incident, but I knew as...
June 25th, 2010 | Adventure Travel, Cruise, Dispatches from the Road, Eco-Travel, Extras, Group Travel, North America | Read More

50th Birthday Q&A: Harvard’s ‘Let’s Go’ Travel Series Still Sends Students Global

50th Birthday Q&A: Harvard’s ‘Let’s Go’ Travel Series Still Sends Students Global
It’s always exciting when a fellow respected travel website celebrates their birthday–especially a 50th birthday! Obviously the Harvard Let’s Go series hasn’t been around for 50 years in digital form, but through it’s work abroad bringing young travelers budget savvy advice...
June 21st, 2010 | Solo Travel, Websites and Blogs | Read More

Interview with Brian Lio of Jet Set Zero

Interview with Brian Lio of Jet Set Zero
by Sarah Amandolare LG Entertainment Editor Brian Lio had toyed with the idea of leaving his cushy Microsoft job for something different. What would happen, he wondered, if he took off and saw how far he could go? Lio pitched the premise to his friend Rob “over a stack of pancakes at IHOP” in Seattle,...
June 18th, 2010 | Expats Abroad, Featured, Websites and Blogs | Read More