“Let’s go to Jamaica,” My Colombian husband proclaimed. In his mind, he could see Bob Marley singing in the jungle to his Rastafarian friends changing the world with “One Love”. Other visions popping in his mind were other black Caribbeans moving with the brilliant sounds and colors of the Island. Then, I took the reality … More I just Entered the Tourist Zone-AHHH!
The infection to travel does not discriminate locations. Just because one of Turkey’s residents assassinated the Russian ambassador yesterday and the country’s close proximity to the Syrian conflict does not take away from Istanbul’s rich history and amazing people and therefore it’s draw as a fabulous travel destination. In fact, strangely, it kind of makes … More Desire for the Danger Zone
1. Fun Fun Fun. If you are like me, cooking for a squad-sized group of hungry locusts is not your idea of fun or if you can’t bear to watch one more faceless jock score a touchdown, or if you feel like your ass is becoming permanently sealed to the couch, then New Orleans … More 6 Reasons To Spend Your Holiday in New Orleans
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
Living in a top travel location, a piece of paradise is a lofty dream, one of which many of us strive to reach. Is it really what we think? This is a series of interviews with people who lived in top travel locations including Buenos Aires, Miami, and Barcelona, and beyond. Maybe it’s not really … More Buenos Aires: An Interview
Things to do in Bali, aside from trying to not die of heat stroke include: SCUBA diving and snorkeling, watching a traditional Balinese dance, go white water rafting in the jungle, and last but not least, vita the sacred monkey temple. … More Sacred Monkey Temple in Bali
I ditched my scant, little bags, sparse clothes, and minuscule toiletries in my 20’s. That’s a lie. It wasn’t until my late 30’s that I wised up and started overpacking. … More 7 Benefits of Overpacking