Marybeth blogs for National Geographic Traveler’s Intelligent Travel Blog.
Marybeth was quoted in in Forbes: Quirkiest Cultural Practices From Around the World:
What’s the right way to treat your host’s business card? “Offer and receive cards with both hands, and always look at it as if you’re studying it carefully,” says Marybeth Bond, author of eight travel books for women and the site The Gutsy Traveler. “Give the business card the respect that you would give your host.”
In the Chicago Tribune article How women can stay safe: Ex-spy says trust your gut:
Another savvy traveler and author, Marybeth Bond, warned her daughters, 18 and 21, before they traveled on their own:
“Trust your instincts and common sense. If you feel something is off, wrong, strange—get out, move on, flee or scream. Do it quickly.”
Marybeth offered travel advice in Cosmopolitan’s “7 Travel Secrets to Keep You Safe”:
Freaked out that a creepy perv made a nude video of ESPN Anchor Erin Andrews by peeping into her hotel room? You’re not alone. Here, travel safety expert Marybeth Bond explains what you must know before you check in.
Marybeth on “Travel Trend: Girlfriends’ Getaways Boom”
Men went camping, fishing or golfing with the guys, and teenagers started traveling too, with school and youth groups – while their parents footed the bill. Now women are saying, “‘It’s my turn,’” said Bond.
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