I just read that Tanzania reopened its borders to international tourists! Is this a sign? I’ll take it as one and look up flights when I’m done with this post. Tanzania has been on my list for some years now. And I could use a beach and a tropical breeze right about YESTERDAY, couldn’t you? […]
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It’s officially been two weeks since I returned home from my very first women’s retreat. Along with 17 women—mostly strangers—I traveled to a Gitana Del Mar, a wellness resort in Santa Marta, Magdalena, Colombia. For five days, we feasted on local cuisine, laid on beach hammocks, rode horses, made mandalas. We were treated to river […]
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Charlotte Simpson, aka Traveling Black Widow, travels the world—often solo— and appears to be in her 60s. Her photos beg the question: what’s your excuse? I’ve been subscribed to her for a few months now and she is a constant inspiration to just go for it! Not only is she an inspiration to travel and […]
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by Mike Roew via laist.com When the Metro’s new Crenshaw/LAX line opens in summer 2020, riders will travel through a…
A loooooooot of construction was going down on Crenshaw when I visited my hometown in November 2017. I am excited to see the outcome of this project, but I can bet that Crenshaw will be
completely gentrified much different by the time this project is complete. Yay for Black Art though! I love the concept and I’ll have to plan another trip to see it in the flesh.
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I feel like I say this too often, but I’m back. Sorry for my long stay away! Tis life. Anywho, last month, I visited our nation’s capital for the second time. It’d been 10 years and I didn’t expect to be back so soon, but the presence of my auntie Lisa Marie Goodson prompted another […]
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