Today is officially the last day of Summer 2017 and I am struggling with the realization that it has come to an end. This year has done a Usain Bolt and it won’t be long until we are all singing along to Christmas hymns and fire-working our way into 2018.
I have always been intrigued by the stories of others, including those who travel in a way that inspires others to do so. Like, this Nigerian girl who travels despite the visa challenges, this mother who carries her baby along with her while traveling or this brave young man who travels the world in a […]
Beneath the girl who loves to travel, get adventurous and try new things, is the one who is a total workaholic. I take pride in getting things done and sometimes, there’s only so much I can take on my plate until it gets pretty overwhelming. Very recently, I got to that point and I knew […]
So, the time had come. It was our last full day in Cuba and I was feeling different emotions, mostly bitter-sweet. Bitter because I was leaving a country I had absolutely fallen in love with, sweet because I had added yet another awesome travel experience to my life collection. But like everything that has a […]
Ever notice how Jane and Judith go off to Mexico and Jane seems to enjoy it and wouldn’t stop raving about it while Judith just cannot understand what the hype is all about? Two people, same destination but two different reactions. I believe there is an art to traveling and traveling well and will be sharing […]
Once upon a time, two African girls walked the streets of Old Havana, rode a vintage car across the El Malecon, explored the monuments of Plaza De La Revolucion, danced salsa all night in Miramar and ate pineapples off a street fruit cart. Needless to say, life was perfect.
Oh, Viñales! Viñales was a last minute addition to my Cuba travel plans. When I booked my trip to Cuba, I was only dreaming about the famous city of Havana and the beach island, Varadero. Casually scrolling through Instagram’s explore page one day, Viñales popped up. I saw just how beautiful it was and I […]