Hey everyone! So I had this one waiting for you all for a minute, so here it it goes! I hope it's helpful to you. Situated approximately 2.5 hours’ flight apart, both Miami and Cartagena share the spoil of being popular tourist destinations for travelers from the States as well as South America. However, each of the cities holds a charming vibe that’s unique and special. For instance, Miami is a city on the sun – it enjoys over 3000 hours of sunshine every year and the winter
Using credit cards to travel is not a walk in a park but when you master the art, they bring along some awesome perks. While you can save thousands of dollars on air travel, it’s a time investment that requires you to keep track of multiple credit cards and airline accounts, plus finding an open seat doesn’t come easy so you need to park loads of patience and flexibility. Nonetheless, if you enjoy exploring the globe on a budget, or you appreciate some handsome travel deals a
What's the significance of this picture of me and a random Uber driver from last week?
Around this time last year I found myself on a bus headed from Guatemala City to well...I wasn't exactly sure, but my goal was to make it Honduras in enough time to explore and make a flight back to LA from San Pedro Sula.
As my bus traversed the rain soaked roads towards destinations unknown I nodded off and realized I missed the stop that would've connected me to another bus going to
Hey do you want to travel the world and not spend gobs of money on expensive plane tickets? Well then you’re going to want to read this! Currency valuations fluctuate daily and some countries have stronger currencies than others, some weaker and you can use that to your advantage when buying a plane ticket for international destinations. Sounds too good to be true, right? It’s true and I’m going to show you how to do it. In most cases when you buy a plane ticket to an interna
Over President's Day weekend last month I had the opportunity travel to Tokyo, Japan for a few days and it was an exhilarating weekend to say the least! All of my travels up to this point have been in Africa, Caribbean,Central, North South America and Europe so for the first time in a long time I actually felt like a tourist. Like seriously y'all I got off the plane and the inability to understand Japanese was like a cold splash of water to the face. Lol. A refreshing one tho
So I just got back from Guatemala, a couple of weeks ago (for the 2nd time in a month) and Honduras and wow is all I can say. Talk about an awesome journey that came together serendipitously! After catching an overnight flight, using miles mainly, from LAX I landed in Guatemala City at 6am. From the airport I headed out to catch a cab to the nearest bus station that had buses leaving for the Honduras border. As we traversed the Guatemalan City streets to the bus depot the sig