Volunteering to Teach English in Sudan

I’m not saying that we are going to do this but I am interested. Has anyone heard of the Sudan Volunteer Program? Apparently, you live in Sudan for at least six months while teaching college students the nuances of colloquial English. It sounds a little challenging and super fun. I’ve been reading blogs posts here…

Tips for Visiting Guam

A client booked me to work in Guam for two weeks. I’m enjoying my time here and I’ve learned a lot already. Below are some of the things I’ve learned about visiting Guam. #1 Get a rental car A taxi from the airport to Pleasure Island is about $25 one way. If you want to…

A Girl’s Weekend in Baja

My sister wanted to do something different for her birthday. She only had four days and we had a limited budget. There were three of us and we all like our own space. Mexico to the rescue! We stayed at the Rosarito Beach Hotel in the Beach Master Suite. It had two bedrooms and two…

Southeast Asia With a Toddler

My family of three visited Cambodia, Thailand, Hong Kong, Singapore, Viet Nam, and South Korea for three weeks in March. It was glorious! We saw the sights, we ate new things, and we learned a bit about the different cultures we visited. Our about-to-turn-two year old was adored and accommodated everywhere we went. While there,…

Bookmark: AfroLatino Travel

I found out about a new travel company called AfroLatino Travel. Dash Harris is a founder. I’m usually pretty good as sussing out Black diaspora wherever we go, but who knows … as the baby gets a little older we might want a more thorough tour. Putting this in my back pocket.