Last updated on March 31st, 2022
JourneyWoman’s Guide to
The UK + Ireland
England, Ireland, Scotland + Wales
The Summer of 2022: 30+ of Britain’s Top Outdoor Festivals and Events
Beyond the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, there’s an outdoor festival in 2022 to satisfy every interest in Britain: literary, arts, gardening and more.
Healing Your Past Through Travel: Memories of a Trip to England and Scotland
JourneyWoman Joy Fox travels to England and Scotland to revisit her memories and heal her past.
Hiking Ireland’s Kerry Way Starts With the First Step
The Kerry Way is a 214-km circular hike that begins and ends in Killarney, Ireland and takes eight to 10 days to complete. Just the challenge guest writer Pandora Domeyko needed.
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Six Things For Solo Travellers to Enjoy in London
Guest writer Claudia Eastman shares her tips for solo travel in London, a city that never disappoints.
Women’s Travel Tip: Travel Bookstore in London
The Stanfords bookshop in Covent Garden is a rare bird that specializes solely in travel literature.
5 Museums You Won’t Want to Miss in London
London is an art lover’s dream. Art aficionado Maggie Fairs shares her top 5 picks to help you explore these wonderful galleries online.
Women’s Travel Tip: Virtual Walking Tours
During lockdown, I’ve really enjoyed watching The Bald Explorer on YouTube.
Lúghnasah: Ireland’s Celtic Pre-Harvest Festival
Guest writer and Irish native Ann V. Quinlan shares the story of the great Lúghnasagh fire festivals, which begin in Ireland on August 1.
Solo Travel Memoirs: Love and David Bowie
For Jo Anne, the sound of David Bowie brings back fond memories from 1967 when she met her first love on a ship from England to the USSR.
Get a Glimpse into Rural Life in Ireland With John McGahern’s Novel
Step into the slow, relaxing pace of Irish rural life with “By the Lake That They May Face the Rising Sun” by John McGahern.
20 Things Women Should Know About Dublin, Ireland
Travel writer Fiona Hillard shares her favorite tips with women travelling to Dublin, the capital of Ireland.
“England is one of my heart places. It’s where I grew up, have moved back to twice, and have spent many holidays. I will never get tired of visiting.”
– Joy Fox, JourneyWoman Contributor & Advisory Council