My first adventure in Colorado calls for some organization. I tend to overpack and usually end up bringing things I don’t need. Doesn’t everyone? Writing this article may serve as a guide for others, but will benefit me as well. Pre-planning for Flight Time I will be flying with Southwest from Orlando to Denver andContinue reading “Planning for the Ski Slopes”
We are having major travel withdrawals. Traveling is a form of freedom and with everything going on, that freedom has been put on pause. And though we can’t physically catch a flight right now, we’ve been daydreaming again, spending countless hours on IG, living vicariously through the eyes of some our favorite black travel influencers.Continue reading “10 Black Travel Influencers We Love To Follow”
Tacos anyone? Yes, please! Whenever I’m in South Florida there’s this one spot and I’m going to let you in on the secret. Located on Lincoln Road right in the heart of Miami Beach is Huahua’s Taqueria. I actually found this gem while watching the Food Network, on a show called Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives.Continue reading “Tacos: Miami Beach style”
It sounds scary. Getting on a plane alone, staying in a hotel alone, eating alone. Doing everything alone in a foreign place. When I tell my friends about my experience traveling solo, they look horrified. They question how I handled it, if I was afraid or if I felt homesick. Yes, yes and yes is the answer. But here’s why every woman should travel solo (at least once).
I recently had the opportunity to explore Charleston, South Carolina while on a work trip, and while there I did what I do best… explore. I am infamous for doing what I call a “twofer” (2 for 1). Whenever I travel for work, I ALWAYS make sure that I explore the area where I’m stayingContinue reading “Charleston, South Carolina: How it Took My Breath Away”