Archive for the ‘Spiritual Travel’ Category

Religious Awakening: Attending a Papal Mass

Religious Awakening: Attending a Papal Mass
By Briana Palma LG Contributor Most people associate the fearless traveler with backpacks, bungees and outdoor adventure. Still, the courage we take with us when visiting new places applies to all situations and, I think, especially those that require us to open our minds to the diversity the world...
December 15th, 2010 | Italy, Spiritual Travel | Read More

FREE Yoga Classes: Fitness on the Road Made Easy

FREE Yoga Classes: Fitness on the Road Made Easy
By Patty Hodapp LG Deputy Editor Yoga-loving ladies, we know that spending time in your breath and flowing through poses is an important weekly (if not daily) ritual. But, when you’re caught in the whirlwind that is “vacation”, visiting your yoga mat is probably low on your list of...
July 16th, 2010 | Fitness & Workouts, New York City, Spiritual Travel | Read More

Detoxification Vacation: My Stay at Viva Mayr in Austria

Detoxification Vacation: My Stay at Viva Mayr in Austria
By Susan Michals Special to the Lost Girls I really wanted something to be really wrong with me. But Dr. Stossier told me otherwise. This was my first morning at Viva Mayr, the Center for Modern Medicine, located on the banks of idyllic Lake Worthersee in southern Austria. For years, people have traveled...
June 22nd, 2010 | Austria, Spiritual Travel | Read More

Lost in Belize IV: Balancing Your Mind-Body-Spirit

Lost in Belize IV: Balancing Your Mind-Body-Spirit
source: goambergriscaye.com Scuba diving. Kayaking. Parasailing. There are plenty of adventures to be had in Ambergris Caye, but the island’s idyllic scenery and the locals’ slower pace make it a natural setting for letting go of stress. Here are some spots that’ll help get you back...
March 9th, 2010 | Belize, Cabins & Camping, Couples Travel, Dispatches from the Road, Fitness & Workouts, Hotels & Resorts, Spa & Beauty, Spiritual Travel | Read More

Book Review: David Farley’s “An Irreverent Curiosity”

Book Review: David Farley’s “An Irreverent Curiosity”
By Sarah Amandolare LG Entertainment Editor ***** The thing about Italy is that it’s far too chaotic to characterize. Despite the plethora of titles based on the idea of an Italian paradise with rolling Tuscan hills, plenty of wine and grandmas wearing black, the idyllic Italy is just one side...
January 19th, 2010 | Italy, Spiritual Travel, Travel Books & Movies, Travel Philosophy | Read More

Microlending: How Tourist Dollars Can Aid Communities In Need

Microlending: How Tourist Dollars Can Aid Communities In Need
By Shadia Garrison Socially Conscious Travel Correspondent ***** World travelers are typically not only interested in seeing exotic sights, meeting new people, and challenging their bodies and minds in varying ways; as we travel, many of us also become concerned about some of what we see and are compelled...
January 13th, 2010 | Spiritual Travel, Travel Philosophy, Volunteering & Giving Back, Websites and Blogs | Read More

Casseroles for Cancer Part II: To Travel Well, You Need Sparkle

Casseroles for Cancer Part II: To Travel Well, You Need Sparkle
Last summer, Blair Hickman retraced a 12,000 mile cross-country road trip in memory of her mom, who died from cancer in 2003. The girls retraced a path their mom had taken in 1977, serving dinner at 9 Ronald McDonald Houses and raising money for the charity along the way to raise awareness about the...
November 24th, 2009 | Car, Dispatches from the Road, Group Travel, Spiritual Travel, United States, Volunteering & Giving Back | Read More

Casseroles for Cancer Part I: How Not to Go to South East Asia

Casseroles for Cancer Part I: How Not to Go to South East Asia
This summer, Blair Hickman retraced a 12,000 mile cross-country road trip in memory of her mom, who died from cancer in 2003. Along with her sister and best friend, the three girls retraced a path their mom had taken in 1977, serving dinner at 9 Ronald McDonald Houses and raising money for the charity...
November 17th, 2009 | Car, Dispatches from the Road, Family & Kid Travel, Lost Girl of the Week, Spiritual Travel, Travel Philosophy, United States | Read More

The Eat Pray Love Movie: Filming Kicks off in NYC

by Sarah Amandolare, LG Entertainment Editor What leads a 32-year-old woman who appears to have everything-a husband, writing career, and sophisticated New York lifestyle-to relinquish it all? For author Elizabeth Gilbert, it was the gnawing suspicion that something in her life was missing, coupled...
August 27th, 2009 | Lost Girls, New York City, Spiritual Travel, Travel Books & Movies | Read More

Book Review: A Taste of Heaven

Book Review: A Taste of Heaven
One of the biggest draws of travel is sampling new food, whether it’s finding a beach shack on California’s Central Coast that grills up the best fish tacos, or that street cart in Vietnam selling the tastiest bowl of pho. We never thought monasteries could be a foodie haven until flipping...
August 7th, 2009 | Extras, Food & Wine, Spiritual Travel, Travel Books & Movies | Read More