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Volunteer Travel – Is It for You?

Volunteering in the Dominican RepublicVolunteering in the Dominican RepublicHave you ever considered volunteer travel as a way to see the world? Volunteer vacations are diverse and experience-rich. They're also a lot of hard work with little time to relax on the beach - but the rewards are endless ...

GG Escape with a 2013 Ford Escape

Ford Escape navigation consoleFord Escape navigation consoleA few weeks ago, our GoGirlfriend GGEscape took us north to the Algonquin wilderness and then 1,000 miles almost due south to High Point, North Carolina (with a luxury stop at the Lansdowne Resort and Spa in Leesburg, Virginia on the way home) ...

Saying YES to Travel

Say Yes to TravelSay Yes to TravelDuring the month of November we celebrated all kinds of YES travel stories. What does GoGirlfriend's YES issue mean for you? YES means different things to each of us, but it starts with stepping outside your comfort zone and being open to possibility ...

Algonquin & GoGirlfriend Escape 2012

how to stay warmhow to stay warmMaybe you've back-packed Europe or snow-shoed through Alaska but you haven't really lived until you've camped in and around Algonquin Park in Ontario. Algonquin is glorious year-round but autumn is my favorite ...

Tropical Paradise, Healthy Snacks & Learning to Unplug

Xel ha ParkXel ha ParkSeptember is a month of transition. The leaves change and fall gifts us with new scenery to admire. We tuck away our summer clothes, reliving fun memories with each fold ...

GoGirlfriend Escape 2012 ~ 25 Reasons

Lansdowne ResortLansdowne ResortGet ready to get excited about GG's Awesome Issue (October). We're kicking it off with an epic road trip that will take us from Toronto to the wilderness of Algonquin to North Carolina to Virginia and back home again.

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