Sometimes you discover something and can’t stop thinking about it. That happens to me often when it comes to travel and experiences, I’ll read an article, see a picture or hear someone recount a trip and I become obsessed with the idea of experiencing it for myself. That was the case when during the pandemic […]
The US has a checkered record on its handling of the pandemic, while some states have been stringent thus curtailing the spread others took a more liberal approach leading to sky high infectious rates. Hawaii is one of the few states that imposed strict protocols to curb the spread of the virus which resulted in […]
What else is there to do in Orlando Florida if you don’t want to visit the amusement parks? That’s what I had to figure out in November when I visited at the height of the pandemic to support my friend who was participating in a bodybuilding competition. Orlando has an emerging food scene I wanted […]
To me, the United States of America isn’t just a country, it’s a continent, with it’s 50 states spanning through its vast territory where temperatures and time zones change as you move from East to west and the cold mountains give way to warmth and beaches as you drift south from the north. There are […]
Jamaica was never on my top 10 bucket list, and I wasn’t really planning on visiting it soon till the pandemic hit in 2020 and Jamaica became one of the few countries welcoming American tourists. After being cooped in for so long my travel bug flared up and I had to get away. While researching […]
The last leg of my 10 day Turkey Itinerary was Istanbul, the old city with so much history. As the largest city in Turkey, it is the melting pot of Western and Eastern cultures and the only pan continental city in the world (Europe- Asia). There is so much to say about this charming city […]
For the next leg of my trip I flew from Kayseri(Goreme) to Izmir on the West coast of Turkey to visit a few archeological sites and the thermal pools of Pamukkale. The closest airport to Pamukkale is Denzil but I choose to stay in selcuk and rented a car which not only gave me more […]
I’ve always been fascinated about Turkey, a land filled with so much history and its influences on the culture, food, people and politics. Turkey may be a predominantly muslim country, it also has a huge Christian community but more interesting is its place in the Christian story, with many archeological sites that bare witness to […]
There are many adjectives one can employ to describe Guatemala but unfortunately safe, secure and fearless don’t often make the top ten. The first words often uttered by many people I speak with are; drugs, gangs, cartels and kidnappings which unfortunately are a reality of the country but are not by in anyway a true […]
Guatemala is a very beautiful country with lots of things to do for both the intrepid adventurer and the “taking it slow vacationer”. From it’s beautiful beaches, lakes, rivers, , tropical forest and its colorful villages and ruins that herald the mayan culture there is way too much to do. So during my visit I […]
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