I had the pleasure of being a guest on The Intersection with Jeff Johnson and Elsa M. and the topic of the show was “Going Global without Going Broke: Traveling on a Budget”.
Three months ago I never heard of the Island of Yap and now I'm visiting this gem I would call paradise. Yap was made famous
Inside Carnivore Restaurant in the lobby area they have a larger then life metal statue of Nelson Mandela. The first pump pose is an icon
These group of kids where wrestling on the concrete across the street from the Mandela House Museum in Soweto. They were a colorful bunch of kids acting silly and performing their rap for money.
Buenos Aires, Argentina La Boca A colorful neighborhood made famous by its vibrant colored buildings. Tourist come here to take pictures and enjoy the random street entertainment and daytime activities. Although La Boca has sketchy parts stay within the tourist zones and enjoy the what La Boca has to offer.
Do you remember when your woman was watching the Travel Channel and said that looks pretty? She was actually saying I want you to take me there. Us fellas don’t think in the suggestive terms so here are a few destinations to take her on the next vacation.
The traffic light is actually a sculpture created by Frenchmen Pierre Vivant and was located on Westferry Road since 1998. The quirky street art has 75 blinking light bulbs resembles a tree and can be confusing to unsuspecting visitors.
How many cities in the world can you visit that has a rain forest inside of it?
In route to the dead sea you can stop at a lookout point and stand at sea level. After sea level it is all down hill as you descend 1,388 ft below sea level to arrive at the Dead Sea.
Fela Kuti said music is a weapon but for me it s my cinema. Itunes is playing on shuffle when Drake’s song, “The Tourist Outro”comes on.