Photo Diary of Incredible Doors in Morocco

Incredible Doors in Morocco

Since I stayed home all summer, my only vacation of Q3 was spent on a girls trip to Morocco. This was a first for all of us on the continent of Africa and we learned a lot about the history, culture, food, and people within the country. One constant that remained in each of the five cities I visited were the unique designs of the doors and entry gates of shops, houses,...

What to Wear in Morocco as a Female Traveler

What to Wear in Morocco as a Female Traveler

Since Chefchaouen wasn’t on our itinerary, I thought figuring out how to get there would be the biggest headache for planning our girls trip to Morocco. Little did I know that WHAT TO WEAR in Morocco would be the most common subject in our group chat. Although Morocco gets millions of tourists from Europe, North America and other parts of the world, it is still a traditional Muslim country. We’re so used...

Rock Out In Morocco: A Complete Itinerary of a Week in Morocco

How we spent a Week in Morocco

It’s a whole month later and I’m finally sharing how five friends and I spent a week in Morocco. We encountered some hiccups through the journey but still had a great time. If you haven’t had a chance to check highlights from Instagram, today, I’m sharing our full itinerary and details on what we did during the week-long trip. Sunday – Travel from Casablanca to Rabat We flew from NYC to...

Tips on Taking a Road Trip with Kids

Tips on Taking a Road Trip with Kids

This is a sponsored post. Summer is over but with fall foliage tours and apple/pumpkin picking season at its peak so are weekend road trips. My first mini road trip after getting my license was to Philly for their Cheesesteak Festival. Not only was I nervous about driving on the highway, bridges, and tunnels for the first time, I was transporting precious cargo: my oldest niece and nephews. If you...

Don’t Forget the Islands! How to Help Hurricane Victims in the Caribbean

Disclaimer: Please refer to the FTC Charity checklist or Charity Navigator before making donations to any organization. I do not claim responsibility for these organizations or money donated. If you’ve been following the news lately, you are aware of Hurricane Irma and Maria’s impact in the Caribbean leaving people without power, food, shelter, totally abandoned and even dead. Many of you know I am of Caribbean descent and the islands are still home...

Top Things to do in Kanchanaburi

As I’m preparing to travel for the last quarter of the year, I’m reminiscing about my time in Thailand. There are still things I haven’t shared so be prepared to read about them. After exploring the Temples in Bangkok, we spent two nights in Kanchanaburi. Our tour guide kept emphasizing staying in the jungle, but it was one of the most peaceful moments on our entire trip. If you plan...

Ziplining with Flight of the Gibbon

Zipline with Flight of the Gibbon

I can’t believe it’s been 8 months since my girls trip to Thailand and we’re preparing to head to Morocco in a few weeks. Outside of surviving a super long flight, one of the most memorable moments was zip lining for the first time. We wanted to end the trip with a bang so we researched companies that had ziplining around the areas we stayed. Read more about my zipline experience...

Vacation Ideas for Your Next Girls Trip

I’m not much of a movie person, but as a travel lover, I just HAD to see the movie Girls Trip. Starring Regina Hall, Tiffany Haddish, Jada Pinkett Smith and Queen Latifah, Girls trip is a comedy of four friends’ adventure in New Orleans during the annual Essence Music Festival weekend. My High School friends and I saw it opening weekend and the movie showed great lessons in self-discovery, bravery,...