Afro-Colombianism is ALIVE & WELL Pt. 1

It's safe to say at this point I am well traveled enough to know that the African Diaspora is far, wide, and everywhere. Going to a South American country for the first time, and a coastal one at that, I knew I was bound to see some of my hermanas y hermanos.  But it's one thing…

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Copenhagen, Day 2 (VIDEO CLIPS INCLUDED!)

I vividly remember going to bed after my first night telling myself that I'd be out the house by 11am so I could maximize my day... Did it happen??? HECK NAW! Honey, I woke up after 1PM and didn't get out of the apartment until a quarter to 3, but I had to remind myself that it was…

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Super Saver Tour in Mexico City

For my first official day in Mexico City I decided, in advance to book an excursion in which I was able to see a lot in one shot.  I found this excursion on Viator.com for $40. In my opinion the price was a steal because we got to see so much, and it also included round trip…

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Museo Frida Kahlo

As part of an all day excursion I booked, a visit to the Museum of Frida Kahlo was part of the itinerary. Frida Kahlo is a famous Mexican painter, known mainly for the self portraits she created and being married to renowned muralist Diego Rivera. The entrance to the Museo Frida Kahlo The Museo Frida…

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Arriving to Mexico City

Anytime I get an extended amount of time from work, I jump at the opportunity to get away. Holidays are no exception to my self-proclaimed rule, so when I saw a $375 roundtrip deal to Mexico City during the Thanksgiving holiday, back in July, I jumped on purchasing it. Fast forward 4 months later and…

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Flamenco Show & Cooking Class (LINKS INCLUDED)

This past week I took a solo-vacay to the city of Barcelona. Being that it was my first time there (and I heard tons of great things) I wanted to make sure that I maximized my time and did as much as possible. Check out some of the things I did below: Flamenco Tour at…

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