The lights and glitz of NYC dilated my pupils but, I found that the small corners of NY intrigued me the most, particularly the hotdog and food carts. … More NYC- The Hotdog Cart & The American Dream
can’t think of any other U.S. city whose identity is as ambiguous as St. Louis’. … More Neither North, East, South, or West-Photo Essay of St. Louis
Down with ordinary functionality. Style, creativity, and expression prevail- at least in South Beach. Lives are guarded and oceans patrolled in style folks. … More Lifeguard huts-Functional Art
Partying in Miami is a different level and so celebrating the 4th of July is no exception. What ensued after the sun set was a collective party full with music, entertainment, and excitement. … More July 4th Miami Beach Style
Traveling as a solo woman doesn’t have to feel like you’re wearing a target on your back. After traveling 4 continents, I’m listing 7 solo safety pointers. … More 7 Solo Travel Pointers You Won’t Want To Miss
Is what we find exotic a complete departure from our world? My darling husband grew up in the jungles of The Amazon in a very special place in the state of Choco, Colombia. Nonchalantly, he would tell me quips about his childhood that I found jaw dropping such as coming across sloths and pressing branches … More Monkeys in the Jungle or Cows on the Plains?
Traversing through one of South America’s largest cities? This is a quick list of Do’s and Don’ts: Do: Do visit Candelaria where you can see Bogotá’s oldest buildings and houses. The Spanish Colonial architecture will take you back centuries with tall windows, cast iron decorations, colorful stucco buildings. This is a great area too for … More Bogotá- Do’s and Don’ts