Today I read that Uruguay a country that I lived in, called home for several years has issued a travel warning for my home country of the United States, and this breaks my heart. I don’t blame the government of Uruguay…
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Migration – The Stitch that Holds the Fabric of Cultural Diversity Together.
Recently, I found myself traveling to one of my favorite American cities, San Antonio, Texas. While I have had the […]
Tapas…a love story.
Having spent 8 days in Madrid. I took hundreds of photos and jotted down copious notes so that I would have enough content to share with you. But what to write about. For those that know me, food and drink is one of my favorite things to explore when travelling, and Madrid does not disappoint. As brainstormed on my story, I could not help but reflect on my time with family and with newly made friends in the tapas bars of Madrid.
London – A Truly Remarkable City
First of all, London is one of those cities everyone should visit. It is a place that seamlessly combines the old and new. And like most metropolises it caries the grit and grime of a busy city, but London’s beauty is unequivocal.
Collecting Experiences Through Travel
Humans have a propensity to accumulate things, myself included. I know a lot of people who collect a lot of things. From antiques to cars, I even know someone who collects shoes. But, several years ago (I was probably watching one of my favorite travel shows, most likely Anthony Bourdain) I decided that I wanted to accumulate new experiences through travel.