Travel Articles

whosepanties“Emboldened by Women in High Heels” (an adventure on the Great wall of China…)
In Whose Panties Are These? More Misadventures from Funny Women on the Road. Ed. by Jennifer L. Leo (Travelers’ Tales, 2004).
 
…loaded with hilarious stories from women who have gone to the ends of the earth only to hear the sniggering of the cosmos. From an African Village to the Great Wall of China, these stories that weren’t so funny when they happened  prove once again that travel, like laughter, is the best medicine.

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 30_Days_cover“Kicked Into the Mediterranean” (The Egadi Islands)
Thirty Days In Italy
Ed. by James & Sean O’Reilly & Larry Habegger. (Travelers' Tales, 2006)

What would you do if you were sentenced to 30 days abroad?... whether you have 30 days off or just a few, these true stories from other travelers will give you ideas of where to go, what to do, and what it’s like to be there.

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“Eritrea: A New Country By Land and Sea”
The New York Times, Travel, feature
December 10, 1995
“Saudi Arabia: An American Woman Comes Face To Face with a Kingdom Long Off-Limits to Westerners”
Chicago Tribune, Travel, feature
November 19, 2000
“A Westerner’s Eye on Saudi Arabia”
Saudi Gazette (Saudi Arabia’s English language national daily newspaper)
July 12, 2000
“Italian Workers in Saudi Arabia, 1944-54”
Saudi Gazette
July 31, 2000
“Still on Cortland Street” (a Chicago narrative…)
In In The Middle of the Middle West, Literary Nonfiction from the Heartland, Ed. by Becky Bradway
(Indiana University Press, 2003)
“Italian sun and a cerulean sea? That’s amore, and it’s all on the Egadis”
In Washington Post
October 23, 2014