The birthplace of steelpan, calypso, soca and angostura rum is the magical twin-island state of Trinidad and Tobago! I was born and raised in Trinidad and Tobago (“T&T”), and even though I have lived in and travelled to many countries across the globe, T&T will always have my heart. Trini-bagonians are very proud and I…
Guide to SoHo New York City
SoHo, NYC Head to SoHo to enjoy some of the best people watching, window shopping and gallery hopping in this unique NYC neighborhood. SoHo refers to the area south of Houston Street and is a top shopping destination in NYC, and the world, where designer clothing exhibits mingle with high-end art galleries. SoHo is full…
Ultimate Guide to Guam
Hafa Adai (hello!) and welcome to Guam, a bucket list worthy paradise of secret beaches, scuba diving, hikes and more. Guam is home to approximately 200,000 people, comprised of 160,000 locals (yes, they are US citizens) and 4,000 United States military. Guam is the largest island of the Mariana Islands chain in the Western Pacific area called Micronesia. Prior to ceding to the US after the Spanish-American War Guam’s history extended back to 2000 B.C. with the native Chamorro people. Chamorro matriarchal culture of women as head of household is a main reason that Chamorro culture has survived. Located in the Pacific Ocean roughly between Japan and Australia, the island is multicultural, which is exhibited through its Asian and South Pacific influences in food and hospitality. Hiking, surfing, paddle boarding, snorkeling, diving. Whatever you fancy, there is no shortage of outdoor activities and watersports here. Bargain hunters will appreciate the tax-free shopping!
The Ultimate Luxury Guide to Jamaica
Bob Marley’s lyrics “Don’t worry about a thing” reverberate in the carefree smiles of the Jamaican people, whose top local and luxury experiences keep visitors coming back. This Caribbean island offers the best mix of luxury and adventure activities along the cerulean waters and white sand beaches. Some destinations specialize in luxury with little to do outside the resort walls, but Jamaica offers something for every type of traveler! It is the birthplace of reggae, Blue Mountain coffee and aged rum.
Guide to Boston, Massachusetts
Where to go, what to eat and where to stay in Boston. The charming capital of Massachusetts is New England’s epicenter for culture and cuisine. Walk through Boston’s picturesque cobblestone streets, past its historic monuments and modern shopping districts to discover what makes Boston so “wicked” wonderful.
Guide to Barbados
There’s much more to Barbados than the resorts along the azure waters and white sand beaches. Listen to the local reggae and soca beats at Oistins fish market on the island where Rihanna grew up. From green monkeys to swimming with sea turtles the wildlife is truly amazing to see. Snorkelers and scuba divers can see the colorful marine life and enjoy hundreds of beautiful shallow water shipwrecks in Carlisle Bay and beyond.
Guide to London
London is rich with history, buzzing with activity, and oh so proper. There are endless ways to enjoy this cultural capital of the world – from strolling down the River Thames, to shopping on Oxford Street, to a quite morning stroll through Hyde Park. London is sure to be on the top of any traveler’s list of favorite cities. Despite the influence from the many expats and international visitors each year, Londoners have clung tightly to their English traditions, making for an indistinguishable culture full of social norms that are charming albeit a bit puzzling to outsiders. It’s quite impossible to make it through even the rainiest day in London without grinning ear to ear. Whether it’s from the sight of Big Ben, or your first taste of sticky toffee pudding, or the way you overhear someone pronounce the word controversy – this city will make you smile.