I just read this article in The Daily Mail about older women falling in love (and sex) with young men in middle eastern countries and knew exactly what the author was talking about. No, thankfully, I am not one of those women; as a criminal profiler and a level-headed female, I don’t fall for these roadside Romeos. But, I have been propositioned by them and … Continue reading Older Women and Romance Abroad with Hot Younger Men
As older women, one thing is for sure; we are very intent on making the right choices when we plan our international travels. I have listened to older women express their views on solo travel and traveling with a tour group and I have some thoughts on both for those women who are undecided as to which is a better choice for them. If you … Continue reading Is Solo Travel or a Tour Better for Older Women?
Have your ever been about to embark on a trip and you suddenly feel freaked out because you won’t be at home in your comfy little bed for the next number of days or weeks? Do you wish you would never have to leave your house ever again? Does the thought of leaving home keep you from traveling? You are not alone. The older we … Continue reading Fear of Leaving Home
I can’t quite understand all the anger concerning airport security. The problem I find with flying these days are those blasted hubs that make one’s trip so ungodly long and those miserable coach seats that make the flight so uncomfortable. Airport security? No big problem. Not in my experience. Most of the time I think the issue comes down to arriving early for your flight. … Continue reading Airport Security: It’s Really Not That Bad!
I confess. I ate camel hump. Yes, I am a vegetarian and I don’t really think it is nice to eat the hump of a camel. But, there I was in Beijing with my daughter and camel hump was on the menu. I just had to order it, if only to be able to say… “So, how’s your camel hump?” and “Yesterday, while I was … Continue reading So, How’s Your Camel Hump?