Archive for the ‘Country Guides’ Category

Lost Girls’ Guide to Buenos Aires, Argentina

Lost Girls’ Guide to Buenos Aires, Argentina
By Annie Shustrin There are few cities in the world that can be diverse both in culture and history while at the same time maintaining a strong individual soul. One of those cities is Buenos Aires. Commonly called the “Paris of South America,” its European roots are evident in the architecture,...
June 22nd, 2012 | Argentina, City Guides, Travel Guides - Country Guides | Read More

Four Reasons to Skip Pamplona and One Reason Not to

Four Reasons to Skip Pamplona and One Reason Not to
By Victoria Drexel Special to Lost Girls  Every July a sea of people and an ocean of sangria flood the streets of what is usually a quiet, mid-sized, Basque mountain town for the annual San Fermin celebration. But it isn’t the sun rising over the Pyrenees or the rich Basque culture or even the chance...
June 14th, 2012 | City Guides, Spain | Read More

Lost Girls Guide to Lima, Peru

By Leora Novick “Lets just spend one night in Lima, and then get the hell out of there!” In the midst of a planning session for my two-month backpacking trip to Peru, I thought I knew it all. Everyone kept issuing warnings about the dark and rainy Peruvian capital, and how if we knew what was best,...
March 23rd, 2012 | City Guides, Country Guides, Peru, Travel Guides - Country Guides | Read More

The Lost Girls Guide To The Bahamas

By Nadia Pidgeon Exclusive to the Lost Girls There is something about the gin clear waters and white (or sometimes pink!) sand beaches of the Bahamas that evoke peace and tranquility. But the Bahamas is not just for sun bathing and relaxing. With over 600 islands there is a little something for everyone...
February 10th, 2012 | Bahamas, Country Guides | Read More

Exploring Denmark: A Lost Girl’s Guide

By Meredith Kaufman Special to Lost Girls  Though small in size, this Scandinavian country packs a lot of culture and sites to see. Located just above Germany, Denmark is home to some 5.4 million people, with a little under 2 million located in the city of Copenhagen. A country characterized by sprawling...
December 8th, 2011 | City Travel, Country Guides | Read More

Lost Girls’ Guide to Greenville, SC

By Kristen Putch LG Acquisitions Editor Big city visits can be great fun, with countless dining and entertainment options right outside your door. But, if you want to get away from the metropolis hustle, a small town getaway can be just the ticket. The city of Greenville, SC offers a number of fun eateries...
November 9th, 2011 | City Guides, Extras, South Carolina | Read More

How To Eat In Grenada

They call Grenada the Spice Island of the West: cinnamon, cloves, bay leaves, tumeric, ginger, saffron, allspice and of course the omnipresent spice nutmeg– exports of which from the island now account for nearly thirty percent of the world’s crop. But Grenada’s culinary treats extend...
October 21st, 2011 | Caribbean, Country Guides, Food & Wine, Ideas, Restaurant Reviews | Read More

Slideshow: What To Do In Grenada in the Caribbean

Slideshow: What To Do In Grenada in the Caribbean
This is post one in a three-part series on what to do, where to stay and how to eat in Grenada. Grenada (pronounced Gre-NAY-da) is a tri-island state in the Southeast Caribbean, just north of Trinidad and Venezuela–and the perfect spot for the Caribbean traveler looking for more than just beaches.   Despite...
September 27th, 2011 | Country Guides, Grenada | Read More

A Ticket to Paradise: French Polynesia

A Ticket to Paradise: French Polynesia
By Katy Logan Special to the Lost Girls French Polynesia: a paradise for lovers, and surfer dudes and dudettes alike.  This mysterious destination that inspired the canvases of Paul Gauguin lies amongst the infamous islands of the South Pacific and stretches a grand distance about the size of continental...
September 26th, 2011 | Country Guides | Read More

Exploring Australia’s East Coast

Exploring Australia’s East Coast
By Bobbi-Jo O’Gilvie Special to The Lost Girls Australia. Known to many as the land of Vegemite and funny-looking animals that can almost always kill you. Where things grow bigger and weirder, and you’re always greeted with a hat tip and a “G’Day, mate!” Australia is also known for the...
May 2nd, 2011 | Australia, Country Guides, Featured | Read More