Exploring Egypt by Nile cruising – Aswan to Luxor😎

Just recently I decided to explore Egypt through a Nile cruise from Aswan to Luxor. The boat spent the first night in Aswan and then sailed to other stops on it’s way to Luxor.  I didn’t get to the Abu Simbel temple because it’s a 3 hour drive each way and I just didn’t want…

My love affair with South Africa🤩😍

My dream of visiting South Africa was fueled by my fascination with Nelson Mandela as a teenager, I wanted to know everything about him.   I just knew that I needed to see and touch the ground that created Nelson Mandela. For a long time this dream was deferred but in 2014 I accepted a job…

Cairo life is different and interesting🤪 pt. 2

So I have been back in Cairo since August and I have realized a couple of things. I STAND OUT not really as a black woman because there are a lot of us here in Cairo but as a black woman in this body with red dreds and colorful earrings and clothing. I get a…

Visit Ethiopia: it is worth the trip

I lived in Addis, from August 2014 to June 2016.  For me it was a tough place to live because it lacked certain comforts and didn’t live up to my bougie standards. During my time there I learned a lot about Ethiopian history and culture.  When I tell people to visit, their initial response is…

Oh Morocco, I can’t stop thinking about you 😚😍

7   A couple of weeks ago I went on a trip to Morocco with Black Travel Movement. This trip  was different for me because I usually travel alone and on this trip there were 50 other people which to me seemed like a lot 😐.  But Morocco has been on my list for a long time […]

Welcome to the Motherland…well Ethiopia🤗

ICS Addis flew me out to visit the school when I was still in Kingston and during my visit there were a couple of say what now? realizations I encountered that I knew would present some challenges for the bougie, introverted, unycorn me 😏😏😏 that Addis is dusty, dirty and the traffic is horrific (worse than…