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22 10, 2017

Best Hostels & Airbnb’s Around the World

By | October 22nd, 2017|Categories: Cuba, England, India, Israel, Lebanon, Morocco, New York, Rajasthan, Senegal, Turkey|Tags: , , , , , , , |

One of the most intimidating and misleading ideas of Traveling is how expensive it can be. Another concern is safety. So in respect to both, I've compiled a list of my top 13 favorite inexpensive accommodations around the world that is also safe for solo travelers. This list includes Hostels, Guesthouses, Airbnbs and Bed & Breakfasts in Lebanon, [...]

4 10, 2017

Grandmother Pupi’s Home in Viñales, Cuba

By | October 4th, 2017|Categories: Cuba|Tags: , , , , , , , |

If you are going to a new place to learn about their Culture, I challenge you to Suspend All Your Previous Judgements. Fully Immerse Yourself with the Locals. Eat their Food, Drink their Drinks and try to Experience Life as they do. Stay at Casa Particular's in Cuba The best places to stay when visiting Cuba is in [...]

4 09, 2017

Tips for Traveling to Cuba as an American

By | September 4th, 2017|Categories: Cuba|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Traveling to Cuba as an American may seem very complicated and intimidating. It is actually a lot easier than I expected having done some research ahead of time and talking to friends that have traveled there in the past year. After traveling there for 9 days, I have compiled some practical tips for traveling to [...]

18 04, 2017

A Little Piece of Caribbean Paradise

By | April 18th, 2017|Categories: Dominican Republic|Tags: , , , |

My Travel article on Samaná, Dominican Republic as published in ARE Magazine, Spring Edition 2017, read it here.

27 12, 2016

A Decade in Business & Travel

By | December 27th, 2016|Categories: Colombia, Denmark, Dharma Bum, Dominican Republic, Holland, Jordan, Los Angeles, Morocco, Sri Lanka|Tags: , , , |

2016 has been an intrepid year in Travel Adventures. Flight prices were incredibly inexpensive and credit card points made it much more accessible to book travel. I hope this post inspires you to book a few trips in 2017! Travel as I've mentioned time and time again, does not need to be expensive. It can be [...]

6 09, 2016

Chasing Waterfalls in Samaná

By | September 6th, 2016|Categories: Dominican Republic|Tags: , , |

There is a famous song in the 90's by TLC which advised not to chase waterfalls, but to stick with the rivers and lakes that we are use to. But what if you could have it all? I believe that we should chase waterfalls, metaphorically and physically. If we don't chase after waterfalls to places and [...]

13 08, 2015

Island Touring in Loreto, Mexico

By | August 13th, 2015|Categories: Mexico|Tags: , , , |

Loreto, located on the Sea of Cortez, is one of famous oceanographer, Jacques Cousteau's, favorite places in the world where he named "The Aquarium of the World" and spent 5 months out of the year. Yet, it is still a hidden gem to most citizens of the world, even to us, their friendly next door [...]

8 12, 2014

“A Path Appears” Documentary

By | December 8th, 2014|Categories: Africa, Central America, Haiti, US|Tags: , , , , , |

Women make up the majority of the more than 1 billion people living in unacceptable conditions of poverty worldwide. From the Creators of "Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide", comes another wonderful documentary about Hope. A Call to Action. And what a little help we can offer can make a humongous impact [...]

21 08, 2012

Honduras: Sunset at Smugglers Cafe

By | August 21st, 2012|Categories: Honduras|

After a day on the beach by our resort in West Bay, we took our scooter up a steep hill just 10 minutes west of us to Smugglers Cafe where a honeymooner couple we met had recommended us to go. We parked by the small dirt lot and took a small trek down to the [...]

20 08, 2012

Exploring the Mangrove Tunnels

By | August 20th, 2012|Categories: Honduras|Tags: |

After we reached the end of the beautiful Roatan Island via scooter on about 30 kilometers of semi-paved road, we turned back around and rode to Oak Ridge Village where the Mangrove Tunnels are, known as the "Venice canals of the Caribbean". We had briefly heard about this from the guy who rented us the [...]