Posts Tagged ‘athens’

Postcard Moment: Temple of Zeus in Athens

photo by Nina Sarmiento

Quickie: 48 Hours In… Athens

text and photos by Nina Sarmiento

Despite the hustle and bustle typical of any growing metropolis, Athens managed to retain some of its rustic charm – public parks filled with palm trees, tavernas and cafes in every corner. Then there’s the vibrant streets of Monastiraki and the numerous historic ruins that best define Greek capital. (read more here)


Q and A: Stephanie Lee

interview by Prime Sarmiento

Stephanie Lee is the author of Art of Solo Travel: A Girl’s Guide. This book is perhaps the ultimate guide for women who prefer and enjoy to travel on their own.
In 2008, after six years of full-time work, Stephanie caught the travel bug and left everything behind to embark on a solo open-ended journey which took her all around the world.
The thirty-something Stephanie has lived in three different countries. She was born in Malaysia,spent her teenage years in the U.S. and is now working as an architect in Sydney. She still travels and contributes articles to Indie Travel Podcast.
Stephanie has traveled extensively in Europe. In this interview with Gypsygals Tales, Stephanie discusses why and how solo female travel gals can enjoy roaming around Europe.
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