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Going through my clothing has turned out to be a wonderful way to look back upon my travels.
By Maria Russo As travelers, it is important to us to leave the planet a better place. Our journeys abroad brought a richness
The rules of this post were simple: I allowed myself one taxi ride the whole night (to show great budgeting style) and had
Since then our imaginations took hold of the Trevi Fountain as a place of romance, with many more movies featuring it over
Without question, I owe a big portion of my success to my fiery red hair color, and I'm damn proud of it. It has shaped my identity and has played a huge role for the person I am today.
Every time someone tells me how 'lucky' I am, my depleted funds from my numerous self-investments for my business, cry a silent tear.
Along with El Hierro and La Gomera, La Palma enjoys a privileged location West of Tenerife, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and Gran Canaria the main touristic spots in the Canary Islands, Spain.
I've said this before and I'll say it again: There are two completely different experiences you have traveling abroad as an American and traveling abroad as an African-American (or a person of color).
When did you start modeling? Any dream gigs or new projects you can tell us about? I consider myself more of a muse. I have
Ask anybody who travels, or travel bloggers in particular, how they feel about this question and I guarantee 99 percent of them will say the same as I'm about to. There is no magic. There is no formula. Just research, will and determination.
I recently stayed in four hotels -- in New York, Taipei and Hong Kong -- filled with memorable pieces by modern artists. These ranged from rickshaws in the lobby, to Little Prince quotes by the elevators, to abstract cocoons next to the bathtub.
In our last eight and a half months on the road, we've had the opportunity to put all the items in our bag to the test -- some proved useful and worthy investments, others not so much.
When I booked my trip to Morocco, I had only a few notions in mind: good surf, good food and a drastic cultural change from my humdrum winter in England. It was a bonus that what I came to discover during my 12-day trip was far more than what I expected.
Murphy's law states that when everything can go wrong it will. What Murphy didn't bargain for, however, was a Montenegrin farmer coming to save the day! Let me explain.