Posts Tagged ‘children’

Lost Girl of the Week: Victoria Gibson

Lost Girl of the Week: Victoria Gibson
This week’s LG, Victoria Gibson, had all the ingredients to a perfect life, but something was missing. Since she couldn’t go back and change things she had already done, she chose to focus on a future of travel to get out of what she calls her “stuckness.” ***** Successful Corporate...
December 14th, 2011 | Lost Girl of the Week | 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

Book Review: The Weight of Silence, by Shelley Seale

Book Review: The Weight of Silence, by Shelley Seale
Author Shelley Seale discusses her new narrative non-fiction book, The Weight of Silence: Invisible Children of India, which depicts her journey into orphanages and through the streets and slums of India where millions of innocent children live without families. During her three years of writing The...
June 16th, 2009 | India, Travel Books & Movies, Travel Philosophy, Volunteering & Giving Back | Read More

It Takes a Village: part 2

It Takes a Village: part 2
As many of you know, Jen, Amanda and I volunteered in Kenya through a program called Village Volunteers, and this is a classroom at Pathfinder Academy, a school where we lived in huts and worked with the children. Recent elections in Kenya have triggered violence between the different tribes, volunteers...
January 28th, 2008 | Health & Safety, Kenya, Lost Girls RTW Adventure, Volunteering & Giving Back | Read More