Showing posts from March, 2020

Special Episode: Socially United Physical Distancing

This episode will guide the would-be traveler during a period when travel is banned. So what can you do? Here's a few good ways to deal with reality. It's written with the women in her mid life in mind. Where do we go from here? Give a listen and find out. Only God knows the answers.  Check out this travel for women episode!

Special Physical Distancing Episode

Special Physical Distancing Episode Welcome to Dr. Mary Travelbest’s Special Physical Distancing Episode FAQ:   I’ve heard of Zoom to stay connected and have an interest. What do I have to do to try it out and see some of my loved ones there? I don’t like going on Facebook or other web video platforms. Answer: Zoom is an online platform that is easy to use, and you don’t have to download anything to your device. You don’t even have to sign up. All you need is the room number. It is good for international calls, because it uses the same type of internet tools as skype (Voice over IP or VoIP). So, you can contact a friend from another country, and don’t need to pay long-distance charges. Easy use is to stay connected to loved ones, like your family. Our family has been holding these meetings for four years, every other Sunday evening, across four time zones in the US. I hope you enjoy using it. It’s free for up to 40 minutes and up to 100 people. Stay at Home Destinat

Special Health Episode 2

Show Notes: Dr Mary Travelbest’s Guide to Independent Travel: Special Health Episode 2 In this special episode: The FAQ is: I’m going stir crazy at my house now. What can I do to be more collected and show good example? How can I stay sane in a crisis? Destination is your home, if possible. Yes, we will go there, and have fun on our make-believe vacation. My mistake is trying to be perfect. The tip is: Ways for women to stay healthy. FAQ: Special Health Question: How do I stay sane in a crisis? We are all in this together. We all need each other. We are all in a novel crisis about health, so be sure to do your research and study what is the situation for you while you stay sane and as calm as you can. Keep aware of all the latest news and assess your personal situation. Each person must guide their own health. Don’t participate in high risk behaviors or believe that you are not vulnerable. Add some fun to every task that you do. Put a smile on your face, even if y

Special Health Episode 2

This Special Health Episode is for women who are not able to travel due to the health crisis. The FAQ is how to stay sane. The destination is to travel inside yourself, and make believe you are on vacation at home. The mistake is trying to be perfect. The tips are to be sensible about health during the Covid-19 crisis.  Check out this travel for women episode!

Santa Barbara, California

This episode FAQ is about the Japan Olympic Summer Games, and the destination is Santa Barbara. My mistake is heading downhill while sleeping in a tent and the tip is using the Global Entry Pass.  Check out this travel for women episode!


Kenya Learn about independent travel for women in Kenya. I share my travel mistakes, too. Check out this travel for women episode!