When people hear the name Seychelles, an exotic African paradise is what comes to mind and based on my recent trip it is all true! Visiting Seychelles is worth every hour, multiple flights and money it takes to land at Seychelles International Airport. I can’t cover everything Seychelles has to offer in just one blog but in this post I will give you my top 10 exciting things to do in Seychelles you can’t miss!
Today, my first TV show, World Wide Nate: African Adventures premiered on Urban Movie Channel, UMC.tv. I'm excited about today because it is the culmination
I have visited 43 States, 50 countries, and over 6 continents, but I’ve never been to Honolulu, Hawaii. It feels funny saying that, but a
I just got back from taking my mother to New Zealand and Australia for her 70th birthday. I've been planning this trip since last summer
An estimated 3 million people are set to visit Cuba in the next year...Havana, Cuba is high on everyone's radar now that its easier for
Now that TBEX is over what am I suppose to do? Less then 45 days ago I had no desire to attend TBEX. My introduction to the Travel Blogger Exchange started in April during a trip to Aruba when I met my dancing sister Mickela and furiously sold me on the benefits of attending throughout our trip.
When I was headed to St. Kitts I was full of excitement to hike Mt. Liamuiga, volcano, zip line, do an ATV ride and golf
Last year I missed Jump N Funk but I knew this year I would move heaven and earth to attend the tribute party to Fela Anikulapo Kuti created by one of my favorite DJ’s Rich Medina. If you never heard of Fela Kuti let me share a brief history lesson on how I was introduced to the founder of Afrobeat. I remember my first time hearing Fela’s, “Water Get No Enemy” was at APT (closed) in New York City’s meat packing district.
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”.