On a rainy Tuesday morning, I took the impressive bullet train from Tokyo’s Shibuya station to Kyoto. While I enjoyed my time in Tokyo, my heart and feet was craving a much-needed city break. I also wanted to see more of the Japanese culture which I was sure Kyoto was well equipped to deliver.
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If you ever made it to Thailand, what are some of the things you’d indulge in? Off the top of my head, I know I’d eat great Thai food, visit some temples, go to the beach and hang out with Asian Elephants. Well, I did visit Thailand and did so much more. Here are 10 […]
This year, I resolved in my heart to visit at least one African country. Having being born and bred on African soil, I thought it was about time I started showing the continent some love. Sentiments aside, Africa is a very culturally rich and diverse continent and I didn’t want to miss out on all […]
Many Canadians (especially those living in Toronto), have grown up enjoying the festivities that the Toronto International Carnival (formerly known as Caribana) have to offer. And for 30 plus years, I never saw a need to escape the city in search of any other August-time experience. I always had thought that there was no point […]
Over the month of October, I shared a solo travel series to not only inspire you to stop waiting for your friends before seeking out new adventures, but to educate and empower you with helpful resources and advice. I hope you have found it helpful. If you missed any of the three previous posts, you […]
Safety is one of the biggest concerns people have when traveling solo. Questions like, “Will I be safe?” “What if I get kidnapped?” “What if something wrong happens?” often spring forth. Those are legitimate concerns but if my solo travels to fourteen countries are anything to go by, the good news is, you will be […]