Dian Emery

Thumbnail image Dian Emery started traveling at the age of two when her parents moved to Germany, and her passion for new adventures was born during long summer vacations touring Austrian castles, camping in Spain and train trips to France with her family. She continued her travel escapes after leaving university, but soon discovered that money was necessary to traipse around the world, so Dian settled down for a few years to do the 9 to 5 routine. She started her working life on the stock exchange trading floor, moved to administering those dastardly derivatives, then dabbled in the nonprofit world with a stint at the National Cancer Institute. Now she writes about travel, is the Managing Editor of GirlsGetaway.com, and still loves to travel.
 
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Her Stories:

Women and Craft Beer. What a great combination, add in a beautiful location in the Evergreen Brickworks on Pottery Road, and you have a fun event brewed up for beer loving women in Toronto... read more

If the first thing you do in a new city is Google the best eats and unpack your comfiest pants, Intrepid Tours has got the perfect adventure to satisfy your travel appetite. Their dedicated food trips are one part ... read more

Monterey, California is postcard gorgeous. Even in the rain. Whoever said it never rains in this part of the state... read more

Before my Winter Digital Detox Adventure, our host for this epic trip, Voyageur Quest, kindly supplied us with a list of essential gear for any cold weather adventure travel. read more

An Algonquin Park winter adventure weekend offered by Voyageur Quest brought visions of pristine white snow, crisp cold air, blue skies, quiet lakes and... read more

 
Her Trip talks:

A list of top activities for a fun girlfriend getaway in San Francisco. read more

I love New York City and I love to shop and eat in New York! Here's a couple of must's for your next girlfriend weekend in the Big Apple read more

I love Toronto, and I love going on a girlie weekend away in Toronto. Here are a few recommendations for you all looking for getway ideas in the big T.O. read more