A snapshot of one of Germany’s most important landmarks.Read More
Who says layovers can’t be fun? My suggestions for how to spend 12 hours in Toronto, Canada.Read More
Why not make Sweet TnT your next vacation destination? Here are 20 things to do in Trinidad and Tobago.Read More
Facts, figures, and images from the Caribbean island of Curaçao.Read More
Travel snobs often hate on people who travel quickly but here’s why I’m unapologetic about globetrotting at a breakneck pace– and think it has its advantages.Read More
These black moms prove that travel with kids can be done.Read More
A new video chronicling my road trip through Arizona and Utah’s stunning national parks.Read More
My new demo reel.Read More
Honest thoughts on the industry from a travel blogging veteran, plus advice for those hoping to get started.Read More
Drinks with a view at this stunning rooftop bar in the Rockefeller Center.Read More
Travel snobs often hate on people who travel quickly but here’s why I’m unapologetic about globetrotting at a breakneck pace– and think it has its advantages.
My experiences travelling as a black woman in Russia.
Go now! Three historically expensive countries that are now WAY more affordable to visit.
I travel. A lot. The last few years I make anywhere from 10 to 12 international trips a year. I get a lot of people asking me how…
The most frequently asked question I get is how I afford to travel, which I answered in this post. The second? My tips for…
A reflection and resource guide on how to spend 14 days touring Southern Africa.
These black moms prove that travel with kids can be done.
Do African-Americans get preferential treatment over their black African counterparts when they travel? If so, we need to acknowledge it.
Some notes on race, travel, and why cultural awareness is central to racial sensitivity and tolerance.
Why is our sympathy for terrorist attack victims unbalanced?
Five groups shaping the Black Travel Movement.
Let’s keep it all the way real: there are circumstances, many of a systemic socio-economic or political nature, that keep some people at home…
The top 5 destinations for brothers and sisters seeking adventures abroad.
I was living in Mexico the first time I heard the term “negrita”. I was practicing my nascent Spanish with a new Mexican friend. This…
I’ve been to 89 countries! Here’s why I keep count, even though some consider it a faux pas.