If we were meant to stay in one place, we’d have roots instead of feet.

For me, traveling is freedom and reality all wrapped in one. It gives me a sense of modesty as it connects me to every human being in the world and shows me the tiny place I occupy in it.

Through my “Passport,” I invite you to see where I’ve been and to go where my feet have treaded. If you have any questions or need help planning an adventure…hit me up.

District of Columbia

Welcome to the District. Just Passing Through … Hail a taxi to The White House, snap some photos and wave hysterically at the Oval Office as if the President can actually see you! Oh, and take a stroll through Chinatown, grab a slice of pizza from &Pizza and catch one of the performances on the corner of H … Continue reading District of Columbia


I visited Dangriga, Belize and had the most amazing experience. With no television, limited wifi, Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston, my journal and camera, I left this private island ready to conquer the world! +stay | Yok Ha Resort, situated on a 3 acre private island just 8 miles east of Dangriga in Southern Belize, is … Continue reading Belize


Cuba is the largest island in the Caribbean, and its personality definitely fits its proximity. It’s like a colorful, exotic secret that’s been kept for the past 65 years. Its history is so rich and controversial, the best way to understand it is to visit. That’s what makes this place so unique. Famous for its rum, … Continue reading Cuba


Paris is a feeling. The food, wine, shadows of the Eiffel Tower, jaw-dropping gardens, midday strolls… I get chills just thinking about it. The city has such a romantic aura! After only a few days of gallivanting through the streets in total admiration, I wanted to pack my bags and move aboard. It’s just so picturesque … Continue reading Paris