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Andrea Martins
 
Three weeks later, I was standing in the gorgeous Kyoto Hotel Okura foyer, being introduced to the super-stylish editorial director of Hombre magazine (United States); an illustrator for Condé Nast Traveller (Italy); the publisher of Weekends for Two (Australia); and talented freelancers who boasted credits from big-name publications...
 
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Expat Women: Monks, Sumos, Maikos & Eating Art in Japan: Andrea Martins
Expat Women: Monks, Sumos, Maikos & Eating Art in Japan: Andrea Martins
Expat Women: Monks, Sumos, Maikos & Eating Art in Japan: Andrea Martins
Expat Women: Monks, Sumos, Maikos & Eating Art in Japan: Andrea Martins
Expat Women: Monks, Sumos, Maikos & Eating Art in Japan: Andrea Martins
 
 
Travel Writing: 6 Tips To Make It Better
Travel Writing: 6 Tips To Make It Better
Sybil Baker
 
When I first moved to South Korea to teach English in 1995... I would write long letters home to my parents detailing the mystifying and fascinating world of "exotic" Asia. My parents would share those letters with friends or other relatives, and invariably people would say...

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Tips For A Successful Home Exchange: Zoe Hine
Tips For A Successful Home Exchange
Zoe Hine

As the tough times look like they will get tougher, people are finding new ways to dodge the credit crunch. One money-saving technique that has seen an incredible surge in numbers is the concept of home exchange (or home swapping), which enables people to experience a city more like a local...

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10 Travel Tips for Seasoned Travelers: Susanna Zaraysky
If you consider yourself a master at the travel game, but you are still looking for some new ideas to save money and better navigate everything travel, read on to learn from a travel pro.  Susanna Zaraysky has lived in nine countries, traveled to over fifty, speaks seven languages and is the author of Travel Happy, Budget Low...

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Find Your Passion: Jo Parfitt
Find Your Passion
Jo Parfitt

The idea that you can find work that makes you happy seems to be catching on. Only last week, I heard that a local insurance company was running a series of 'Engagement' seminars for its staff. It was hoped that the training would teach the employees how to connect with each other and build stronger relationships.

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Making Friends On The Road: 26 Travel Tips: Evelyn Hannon

Evelyn's travel website, Journey Woman, is the largest online travel resource for women. It connects 67,500 women in 128 countries around the world. Evelyn, who has been named by TIME as one of the top 100 innovative thinkers of this century, kindly shares with us her top 26 tips for traveling solo, so you can make plenty of friends on the open road...

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Travel Writing: Celeste Brash
Travel Writing
Celeste Brash

Celeste is a traveler and a writer who lives in Tahiti. Her travel articles have appeared in Islands Magazine, Voyageur Magazine and she is a regular contributor to the widely syndicated newspaper column Travels with Lonely Planet.  She has also co-authored over a dozen Lonely Planet guidebooks. She lives in Tahiti...

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Queen of Africa: Tanya Trevor
Queen Of Africa
Tanya Trevor

Tanya Trevor has led a fascinating life.  She has lived in Kenya Denmark, England, Scotland and Australia.  She was with her father when he was filming Gorillas in the Mist, on set during Out Of Africa, and on screen with Jimmy Stewart in Tale of Africa...

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Global Dinner Network "Be Inspired, Be Yourself"
http://www.global-dinner-network.com
Targeting both career women and female travellers, the Global Dinner Network is a fresh new way of using the internet to broaden your circle of friends and business contacts. Get advice and tips from local members or meet up with other business travellers to really get the most out of your trips abroad.
 
Journey Woman
http://www.journeywoman.com/
The Premier Travel Resource for Women - an online resource just for women.
 
 
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