Do Cuba Like the Carters

Do Cuba Like the Carters

One of the most controversial vacation destinations, Cuba was once most closely associated with Fidel Castro and the 1963 U.S. embargo… Read More

Ghana on My Mind: A First-Timer’s Notes [PHOTOS]

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I braced myself for the inevitable as I entered the elevator to head up to my first class back from spring break. Much like after… Read More

Jerusalem: A New Testament to the World of Travel [PHOTOS]

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When I vacation, I usually pack a bikini, sunscreen, dresses and sandals. On my recent trip to Israel, the contents of my bag were… Read More

Stalking the Lion: Notes from a Field Biologist in Kenya

Stalking the Lion: Notes from a Field Biologist in Kenya

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All my life, I have always loved wild animals. In elementary school, I read Call of the Wild and My Side of the Mountain. I built… Read More

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After years of beachside brunches, lovely floral arrangements and mimosa toasts, what do you do for a unique and memorable Mother’s Day? How… Read More

Dark Like Kali: The Black India Experience

Dark Like Kali: The Black India Experience

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It was November and the thick Indian air wrapped my face like a wool blanket. My first whiff of Mumbai transported me to Kingston… Read More

Nomadness Tribe Continues Legacy of Black Travelers Via Social Media

Nomadness Tribe Continues Legacy of Black Travelers Via Social Media

by Patrice Peck

Four months from now, 11 year-old Alexis Woolfolk will have arrived in Paris, France for the first time. Prolonged vowel sounds… Read More

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Aruba Says "¡Bon Bini!"<br />
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Aruba Says "¡Bon Bini!"

If the hustle of daily life is wearing on your relationship, I suggest a romantic vacation with your boo to Aruba. The desert island… Read More

Expat Diaries: Paris and the Mystique of Mixed Couples

Expat Diaries: Paris and the Mystique of Mixed Couples

by Miles Marshall Lewis

I walked across the expansive grassy field of the Parc de la Villette on a starry Sunday night in the private afterglow of a fantastic… Read More

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