Happy New Year everyone and welcome to 2019! November and December were much busier months than I anticipated (I feel like I say that every month) and Suitcase Six was quiet, but I am finally getting settled at home in Indiana. That means I’m back […]
Where all Suitcase Six posts related to travel are stored! Find posts from around the world on topics relating to sustainable female travel for working women.
Current country posts include Portugal, Belgium, Netherlands, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, and the USA.
Sheree is our woman of the week coming to you with a job directly related to the travel industry. As she’ll explain a bit, she created her own job curating very unique travel experiences where her American clients meet and interact with local experts in the […]
As one of the best adventure hotspots in the world, Queenstown is on many a traveller’s bucket list. Packed full of world-class restaurants, adrenaline-pumping activities, and scenic walking trails, Queenstown is worth visiting whether you’re looking for a quiet retreat or a few weeks of […]
Emma Shimmens is the first to volunteer to share her story in “season two” of this Woman of the Week series. I have the pleasure of sharing this interview with a marketing lead, where Emma tells about what that means, how she came into this role, and what an […]
The tourism industry is constantly evolving and new trends always emerging as more people take to exploring the world every year. Sustainable travel and responsible tourism are two of the many terms to enter the travel lexicon in recent years. Given the environmental issues our […]
Slow travel – are you familiar with it? I hadn’t heard of this concept until the past year or so when I started meeting people who worked remotely or traveled for a living. (Yes, those people do exist, making a living off of sharing their […]
I joined a Sunpath Mongolia tour for an 9-day, 8-night adventure through Central Mongolia and the Gobi region this September which was an adventure of a lifetime. Joined by three other travelers in my van, and several other tour groups along portions of the journey, […]