Posting several shots of Ocho Rios. Moment of ocean zen.
“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!
Rub the travel jeanie’s magic lamp and what we want to find is magical money floating down to us to fund our next amazing adventure. When the jeanie doesn’t pop out of the lamp, here are some ways to conjure up some extra cash: 1. Side job Loads of people keep one or 2 shifts … More 8 Ways to Conjure Cash for Travel
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
For those of us infected with the incurable and ever insatiable travel bug, settling with ordinary life in our home of origin can be well, hard, to say the least. Planning and researching a trip provides its own joy. Then we experience the high and exhilaration that comes with travel. Even post travel, despite the … More Cures For The Travel Bug: 7 Between Trip Tips
Yes, you read correctly. Machete fighting. This is a real thing. I doubted it too when I first heard of it. Respect means everything and rides along the edge of a sharp blade. … More Machete Fighting: Dejenlos Que Se Respeten
This is your luggage. Do not loose it. It wants to stay with you and give you all the wonderful things you packed for your trip. The last straw for me loosing my luggage was when bags were lost on a trip to Puerto Rico. Was I reunited with my bags? Luckily-yes! But, a month later. … More 9 Ways to Not Loose Your Luggage
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