Archive for July, 2016

Adventure Travel Silver Winner: The Way

Monday, July 18th, 2016

By Felice Neals She travels an ancient road in Spain and discovers the value of solitude. Somewhere in the north of Spain, surrounded by a glorious, yet unfamiliar landscape, I began to notice my solitude. The steeples of Santiago had long faded into the vibrant glow of early afternoon; and yards of green grass and […]

Women’s Travel Gold Winner: A Love Song

Monday, July 11th, 2016

By K.M. Churchill Walking on the edge of myth in Ireland. Snow rarely fell in Ireland. When it did the dusting was so light it looked like confectionary sugar had been sprinkled all over the green ivy and winter-blooming roses. So I knew our first winter storm in Union Hall, a tiny fishing village on […]

Travel and Transformation Silver Winner: A Wide-Eyed Schoolgirl

Monday, July 4th, 2016

By Marianne Bohr Stalking Cézanne and other Provençal pursuits. I was born in the wrong country. There must have been some mistake. Then again, if I’d been born in the hexagon, my passion for all things French wouldn’t exist. I’d have been raised with the language’s romantic euphony, and the fluid succession of words would […]

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