Just back from Morocco a few days ago and reflecting on my time there. Earlier this year, I set a goal to visit at least two African countries this year and a visit to Morocco means I am only halfway through my goal.
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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.
In the wee hours of Monday, just after a hectic flight down to Mexico the previous day, my travel buddies and I set out to Chichen Itza – a famous world wonder tucked away in the Yucatan peninsula. I was excited to see yet another world wonder. If my experience with Machu Picchu was anything […]
For my first visit to Mexico, I wanted a laid-back but memorable experience. It was my first trip of the year and I wasn’t too keen on going on adventures that will leave me more worn out than I started. It was important to be in top-notch shape for the rest of the year, and […]
I don’t use the word ‘paradise’ loosely because it is a special one. Like that red dress that you save for a special occasion or the perfume you only wear to see a crush. Paradise is the word I use only for the well deserving and for Costa Rica, I had to pull it out the […]
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 […]
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.