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March 26, 2017

As I wandered through the crumbling streets and characteristically vibrant alleys of Havana, the warm smiles, welcoming waves and nods of acknowledgment from perfect strangers, carried me from one discovery to the next.  If we were to never utter a single word, I was Cuban, Habanera to be exact. And they were the offspring of […]

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Travel Hiccups: Flat Out of Options.

September 11, 2016

These days, I’m sort of becoming a connoisseur of disaster. If I had a dollar for every time something profoundly ridiculous (and often times totally avoidable) happened when I traveled, I’d be doing yoga in the buff on my own private island. Juiceless cell phones, nonexistent spare tires and a timid driver made for one […]

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Me, Jamaica & Mr. Chu!

June 30, 2016

Earlier this year, I was itching for an escape from my grey NYC winter.  It was a brand new year, yet somehow I missed the part where I was supposed to leave all the major BS in 2015. It didn’t take long before I set my eyes on Jamaica (pre Zika hysteria) and found Mr. […]

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How To Travel To Cuba With An American Passport!

May 16, 2016

Unless you’ve been living under a rock somewhere, you already know that travel to Cuba just got a little bit easier! That being said, fifty shades of grey has nothing on the cloud of mystery weighing over the ‘how to’ of traveling to Cuba as an American. It seems as though no amount of Googling […]

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Ride Out: Shiga Kogen

April 30, 2016

 I was tired of waiting, no more lame excuses. I’d already broken one of the ancient cardinal rules of wanderlust. I had not-so-patiently waited on others to get their sh*t together! From paper-thin excuses to broken promises to unanswered messages, you name it, I’d heard it all. But I wasn’t going to wait any longer. […]

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A Nubian Village in Aswan.

February 9, 2016

Good grief Egypt, what other surprises do you have hidden up those galabiyya sleeves? Feeling like my favorite vinyl record stuck on repeat over here, but visiting a Nubian Village in Aswan was hands down one of my most cherished travel moments to date! Ever been called a ‘Nubian Queen’ and awkwardly graciously accepted the […]

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Refresh In Progress…

December 26, 2015

Is it me, or were November’s headlines somewhat of a global doozy? I found it a bit difficult to write inspirational stories of wanderlust, when it seemed even more difficult to read/watch any news outlet and not wonder if the ‘human’ in humanity had all but vanished into thin air, much like that two pack […]

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My Backyard: D.U.M.B.O

September 30, 2015

Much like everyone else in New York City, I’m trying to wring the most out of these last summerish days like a moist gym towel. So I’m hitting the pavement hard.  Just a few blocks outside my (relatively) new neighborhood is D.U.M.B.O, Brooklyn. It’s pretty fun and funny  for me to play tourist in my […]

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Five Tips for Planning a Summer European Escape on a Budget!

September 13, 2015

Nestled away on the most western borders of Europe is the extremely underrated and often overlooked country of Portugal.  When many think of planning a summer European escape, I rarely see this magnificent jewel crack the top five. But let me tell you that the Portuguese architecture, textures, colors and vibes that I recently experienced […]

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