Once I was picked up at the airport, I read my list of places to eat, that were recommended by other travellers and guess what? I was told my whole list was trash! Ugghhh! Like I always say, it is always a good idea to talk to the locals.
There are many sides to Vietnam. The busy cities that never sleep like Hanoi; with lane ways small enough to only fit motorbikes, and copious amounts of street food to the beautiful resort cities like Hoi An.
Let it be noted, although many people feel that French Canadians are a little snooty and walk around with their noses up in the air, I must conclude, this is not true! Perhaps it was because I was in the tourist area, but everyone that I came across was so pleasant. No stuck up attitudes. I swear French Canadians get such a bad rap.
I had no idea that Cartagena had such a large black population. Through gentrification however, Africans in Cartagena have been displaced into lower level areas. As much as I enjoyed my trip to Cartagena immensely, the following post is a real look at Colombia; The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.
In life you have to realize that people are different. Not everyone thinks and acts like you do. Although I usually travel solo, my most recent trip I was joined by one of my girlfriends. I quickly found out that we were two totally different types of travellers.
While we travel, and strive to get that perfect instagram shot, sometimes we need to leave a country a little richer than they were before. By investing our time, our energy, and our love. It's not always about great pics for the gram, sometimes you just have to give back.
At some point you guys have to be tired of seeing me in swimsuits frolicking on the beach, so for my first trip of 2018, I decided to do it a little different. I decided to frolic in a snowsuit......in Iceland!!
Let's set some intentions for this year. What goals do you want to accomplish. What are you going to work on every day to ensure that it happens? We're approaching the end of January, have you worked on your dream today?
I've always thought that marriage or a serious relationship consisted of 2 individuals. Standard. Traditional. Until I visited Hedonism in Jamaica. It opened my eyes to what seemed to be a secret society. A lifestyle; A swingers lifestyle.