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Join us, a Smashbrothers and freelance writers for tips and inspiration to journey around the world.
This high-speed demonstration shows how to fit everything you need for your trip into your luggage. Visit http://www.PackingMadeEasy.com for more packing tips, packing lists, advice, information, and videos from the Smashbrothers Traveler!...read more
Marybeth speaks with passion and from experience. She has climbed the Himalayas, written eleven books, and scaled mountains in the corporate, publishing and media worlds. She has covered stories in hundreds of countries across the globe in her many roles, including:...read more
If you can't travel to the Himalayas, the next best thing is to eat Himalayan cuisine. The Taste of the Himalayas Restaurant in Sausalito, California is the closest I've been to Nepal since I returned two years ago. Serving Nepali, Tibetan and Indian dishes, the...read more
On HGTV's "Fine Living", Marybeth talks about packing, Paris, and house swaps. [kaltura-widget uiconfid="535" entryid="0_dw1b5s8d" width="400" height="330" addpermission="" editpermission="" /]read more
How did I become a Travel Expert for women and land on Oprah? My career has been dedicated to travel and writing about women. To support my travel lifestyle (90+ countries so far), I created a brand (SmashbrothersTraveler), wrote 12 books . Getting on Oprah? I did it...read more
A Woman's Passion for Travel: More Stories from a Woman's World "Passion": any kind of feeling or emotion -- hope, fear, joy, grief, anger, love, desire-when vehement, overwhelming or of compelling force. In this follow-up to the award-winning A Woman's World, meet...read more
In stories close to home and far away, from Peru to Kenya and New York City to Ukraine, mothers recount adventures and experiences traveling with their small children, their grown children, and their own parents. They travel to find their adopted children, they become...read more
A Woman's Europe captures the magic of the Swiss Alps, the French countryside, the streets of Moscow, the isles of Greece, the country roads of Ireland, and much more with a uniquely female perspective. Some women travel solo, others with friends, family, or partners,...read more
Even the best organized trips can become tiring if you don’t take a few days off, so I’m chilling in a remote location hidden in the dripping rain forests on Puyuhaipi Sound. Five hours of cruising through the green labyrinth of the fjords led us to the area some call...read more
I'm on the edge of beyond in Northern Patagonia, where the wind howls down the plunging valleys and ricochets between the imposing mountains, forests, rivers, and endless, barren steppes. Traveling through Patagonia is no small undertaking. Today I flew two...read more
I arrived safely after a 21-hour trip and stop in Lima, Peru. Only 4 hours of sleep in the past 24. I am enjoying the people watching in the lobby of the ultra chic W Hotel in the downtown financial area of beautiful Santiago. It is the first W in South America. The...read more
The leftovers from Tante Marie's cooking class are donated to Food Runners serving the hungry in San Francisco www.foodrunners.org Meet Cooking Teacher and Humanitarian of the Year Today at Tante Marie's Cooking School I met an extraordinary woman and culinary...read more