Usually, I’m a fan of cab rides. Note that usually is the operative word. Cab rides make for some interesting conversations. At times, I’ve gotten the feeling as though I…… Read more “It’s Über Complicated”
It was three months ago, I sat idly yet anxiously by in the international terminal at Boston’s Logan International Airport as time dripped slowly. I thumbed across my iPhone, combing through Facebook’s newsfeed.
Summer is about more than hot days, salmon-coloured shorts, wine tasting and food festivals for me. It is when my son comes to visit for the longest…… Read more “Four Lessons I Learned From Traveling With My Son”
I’m leaping. Some may call it suicide. Others may call it selfishness. They might even find me insane.
Dear Broke Traveler, We’ve all experienced it in some form or fashion after returning from our travels. We exit baggage claim on our way to ground transportation, take a…… Read more “Dear Broke Traveler: Money-Saving Hacks for Broke Travelers”
America, a shining beacon of hope and opportunity around the globe. A country where you can enter with just a suitcase, no money and in a matter…… Read more “America: I Will Miss You”
Nothing gets your friends more interested in your next trip like visiting a place where the spectre of war looms.
Long before I knew what it was like to be Black in America, I knew what it was like being black in the world and when I…… Read more “Shades of Us: Being Black in The World”
My five-day trip to Iceland was as random as the day my sister from-another-mother, Ameerah, and I planned it. Four months earlier during one of our weekly…… Read more “Iceland: My Biggest Travel Regret”