I was convinced that I had reached the peak of my beach experience and nothing else could fascinate me, but Bermuda day two proved me wrong. After a much needed rest from the day before which included a lot of airport time, we were ready to take on the finer parts of Bermuda.
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The flight from JFK airport took only 90 minutes and before we knew it, we were in a totally different country, free from the hustle and bustle of New York City. I was excited to be in Bermuda with my friend, Nikky. We had a full itinerary which I couldn’t wait to delve in. Even though […]
For me, travel photos are an important element of my travel experiences. Not only do they freeze time and allow you reminisce, they are great to look back on. I see how important it is for most of you as well, as one of the questions I get asked frequently is, how I take and […]
It’s no secret that besides being a travel blogger, I am also a working professional, which means for the most part, on Mondays to Fridays, 9am to 5pm, I am either behind a cubicle, or attending meetings at my organization. However, every now and again, I break free from the routine, and venture into new […]
Some travels are more special than others, and this is one of them. I will reunite with one of my best friends in Bermuda in a few days and I couldn’t be more excited. Seeing my friend after three years while traveling to a new country means I am totally eating my cake and having it.
If I had a dollar for every time someone tells me, “you’re so lucky” in reference to my travels, I’ll probably have enough money to overcome one barrier listed in this post. Travel may seem like such an effortless act from the outside, but there are hurdles to overcome, at least for me.
A few months ago, I got a heartwarming message from a woman who resides in Bangladesh. I had written a story about Kareemah, a muslim woman who travels the world despite the stereotypes, or challenges she faces. Zainob reached out to me two weeks after with a message I will have a hard time forgetting. […]
My first solo trip was in 2015 to Paris. As you would imagine, I was terrified, inexperienced, and just didn’t know what to expect. There I was, with my little backpack, going to the city of love, alone. But I was tired; tired of waiting for friends to be ready, and I knew it was […]