One of my favorite resolutions, and one that I’d strongly encourage for anyone who hasn’t had the opportunity to travel much, is to see the world. With discount airlines and internet deals, traveling is now more attainable than ever before.
Never have travelers had as many short-term lodging options as they do now. Gone are the days when hotels/motels, bed & breakfasts and hostels were the only options in the marketplace.
Right now while most of the nation is blanketed under snow and record low temperatures, it just so happens to also be that time between Christmas and New Year’s when life seems to actually slow down a bit.
I’m blessed to say that 2017 has taken me all over the world, to places I never thought I’d get the chance to see.
As we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, this holiday season, I can’t help but reminisce on the time I spent in the Holy Land a few months back.
It’s no secret that the holidays are one of the most hectic times of the year to travel by plane.
It’s that time of year again! It’s the season of giving (ugh—trying to find) the perfect gift for all of our loved ones.
I’ve shared where you should stay and where you should eat while on holiday in Cape Town, but now it’s time to share the most exciting aspect of any trip…what to experience while you’re there.
Well, it's that time again. You and your closest 27 million friends and family members are flying for Thanksgiving.
Cape Town has been named the best food city by industry insiders, in part because of its mix of African, European and Asian influences, and also because of its incredibly affordable prices, even at its finest restaurants.
With dozens of lodging options all over the city, and a variety of neighborhoods with different characteristics and opportunities, choosing a place to stay while in Cape Town can be quite challenging.
An African safari is most likely on every traveler’s bucket list. But what exactly does one do while on safari?
Before my recent African safari, I spent weeks researching packing needs and searching for the perfect items.
The NAACP has warned African-American travelers to be careful when flying with American Airlines.
The quiet, picturesque city of Amsterdam is made up of dreamy canals, cozy restaurants and the friendliest people, making it an easy place to explore—even if you don’t have much time.