The travel bug is like an itch you can’t quite scratch. Donna Hull calls it itchy feet.
Freelance writer, Donna Hull, specializes in active travel for baby boomers. And, Donna speaks from experience, since she's a baby boomer herself.
From a jeep adventure in Canyon de Chelly to luxury cruising above the Arctic Circle, Donna writes content that captures the essence of place combined with the thrill of discovery. Her travel publication credits include AZ3Sixty Magazine, Lovin Life After 50, Fifty Plus, Live Life Travel, Oro Valley Marana Magazine plus many others. At Tucson on the Cheap, she is one of the writers providing content about entertainment and travel bargains for Tucson, Arizona.
Besides travel, Donna is inspired by the people she meets. You can find her human interest articles in Her Sports + Fitness Magazine, Oro Valley/Marana Magazine, Loving Life After 50 and Desert Dog News.
Cobblestone streets, a 1580′s era town hall with a frescoed facade, outdoor cafes on a plaza bordering a mountain lake, a fairy tale looking island in the middle of that lake – atmosphere, atmosphere, atmosphere. This is exactly what Alan and…"
What’s it like to walk on a glacier? Is the ice slippery? Are there big crevasses that will swallow you up, never to be seen again?"
“You’re itinerary includes rappelling, zip-lining, kayaking, swimming in a cenote and climbing the tallest Mayan temple in the state.”"
Alan and I recently visited Paso Robles at the beginning of a coastal California sports car road trip. With the luxury boutique hotel, La Bellasera, as our headquarters, we spent four days exploring the area. What did we find? Wine Tasting With more th…"
California wine tasting, fine dining, a couple of active adventures thrown in for good measure."
Hiking, biking, wildlife viewing, floating down the Snake River—baby boomers will find plenty of activities to keep them busy on a visit to Grand Teton National Park in Moose, Wyoming."
Visiting the Great Wall of China is a a challenge, if you’re a baby boomer with a fear of heights. The experience proved to be one of my biggest travel disappointments."
When Alan and I attended the Bluff Balloon Festival last week (January 2010), we enjoyed a baby boomer trip that included our favorite activities—photography and exploring. But what we really longed to do was fly in a hot air balloon. During check…"
When Alan and I attended the Bluff Balloon Festival last week (January 2010), we enjoyed a baby boomer trip that included our favorite activities—photography and exploring. But what we really longed to do was fly in a hot air balloon."
Are you planning a baby boomer vacation on Hawaii? Be sure to take a break from resort activities in the Kailua-Kona area to experience Hawaiian culture and history."
El Morro National Monument is located in the northwestern corner of New Mexico on SR 53. For centuries, travelers and explorers have stopped to rest and replenish themselves at an oasis of water wedged into the base of this sandstone outcropping that over"
Have you been to Nuku Hiva? Nuka whatta?"
For an off-the-beaten-path travel experience wrapped in Hawaiian luxury, baby boomers should turn their cars away from the Big Island’s coast and head for the hills. The hills overlooking Honokaa on the Hamakua coast to be exact."
When Alan and I toured New Zealand with Robert Panzer of Tailored Travel, he introduced us to a sophisticated luxury lodge on the wild, West Coast of the South Island."
Baby boomers, are you looking to add a little adventure to your beach vacation in Kauai? If so, spending the day on Kipu Falls Zipline Safari will satisfy your need to paddle, hike, zip and jump through Kauai’s mountainous scenery."
When baby boomer travelers ask me, “Where is the most luxurious place you’ve ever stayed?” I don’t even have to think about it."
When I spotted an alligator guarding a gate on the La Chua Trail (3-mile round trip) in Paynes Prairie State Preserve, Florida showed me her wild side."