Road Trippin’ in Haiti.

April 23, 2017

Right outside of Port-au-Prince is the village of Titanyen. I’ve been told the history here is gruesome and gritty.  I’ve been told in Hatian Creole, Titanyen means less than nothing. Despite the hands we are dealt, there’s something rather poetic, at times tragically beautiful, about perpetually yearning for more than everything. Photos: Verdy Verna


5 Things To Do While Visiting Haiti!

April 19, 2017

If I told you that there were a plethora of sites to see and wonders to dive into once you landed in Haiti, would you believe me? Behind the persistent portrayal of a country buried in natural disasters and ecopolitical struggles, lies a once insanely popular jewel of the Caribbean. In the 1970s, Haiti was […]


Haiti, from Me to You.

April 5, 2017

When I packed my already bloated carryon for Haiti, it dawned upon me not to forget an extra side of open mind and open heart for this journey. Haiti is one of those nations that is oozing with history, culture and beauty yet an all too familiar pop narrative persists, if you let a mainstream […]


Our Story.

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 […]


Cuban Link(s): Playa Santa Maria

October 9, 2016

Forget about those Havana nights. There’s a lot of living to be done in these Havana days! Want to get the scoop on how to get to Cuba and why you need to experience Playa Santa Maria for yourself? Click the link below and download the FREE Portable Document Format (PDF) that I helped create, […]


Cuban Link(s): The Ultimate Starter’s Guide to Traveling to Havana, Cuba

September 27, 2016


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 […]


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. […]


10 Things To Know Before Traveling To Cuba…

June 7, 2016

Now that I’ve hopefully extinguished a lot of the confusion surrounding Cuban travel and simultaneously eased your fears about being locked away in a Cuban prison for trespassing,  you’ve probably gone ahead and purchased that plane ticket to Havana, right? Great! But not so fast! There are still a few things to consider before you […]

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