Journalist, producer & writer focusing on travel, culture, tourism, arts, gastronomy, inclusivity, freelancing, digital nomads, Miami, Spain, Europe, sustainability. Bilingual: English/Spanish
Hosting a memorable dinner party is about more than just serving up a few select dishes. At the core, it’s about delighting your guests in a full sensory experience, transporting them to another place by virtue of sight, smell, taste, sound, and touch.
Sevilla, Spain. What more can be said that hasn’t already been said about this great city? We could highlight Flamenco, that percussive artform imparted onto the region by the Roma people. Or the Cathedral of Sevilla, the oldest Gothic style church in the world, built atop an ancient mosque. The challenge in writing about a city as classical, as magical and as beloved by travelers as Sevilla, is figuring out what single thing, if any, people love about it. My guess is that there must be something in the food.
After Hurricane Maria rocked the island of Puerto Rico in 2017, local businesses have turned to sustainable farming to aid in recovery.
Toddre’ Monier is an international human rights lawyer turned traveler and producer of ‘Off the Beaten Path‘, a web series of her project “Beauty is Universal” and which currently sees her traversing the East African fashion scene in search of the most unique looks and cultural experiences. In this interview Toddre’ shares with us how she used her love of fashion as a starting point for learning about other cultures and seeing the world.
Concept and script I developed for Ramit Sethi's GrowhtLab; pop culture/business tie in.
One thing we love doing is watching our favorite films through an entrepreneurial lens. With the release of Solo: A Star Wars Story this coming weekend, we decided to watch some older Star Wars films.
In 2010, Anne Scott was feeling isolated and overwhelmed after moving to her 10th city in as many years. While her excitement for discovering new places persisted, having to develop new friendships and start from scratch at every new destination was starting to take its toll on her. In a moment of doubt while in Hamburg, Germany she decided to start a Facebook group to connect with other women in the city.
Whether it be Ponche in Mexico, Glühwein in Germany, Coquito in Puerto Rico, or eggnog in North America, many countries enjoy their own tradition of a warm or spiced cocktail during the winter holiday season. Here we break down the makings of some of the most popular winter drinks from around the world.
For years, travel to Colombia was associated with illicit activities like drugs and crime; the country has always had an air of mystery, danger, and adventure. But for the people living in formerly narco infested hotspots like Medellin, life, and in many cases survival, was a hard-won prize. Until recently, not even the locals would ever dream of venturing into the treacherous, winding streets of areas like Comuna 13 — but now, what was once Medellin’s most dangerous neighborhood is getting a...
The travel space is much like any other: riddled with opinions, judgements and misinformation. I often see online discussions that read something like “you’re not a digital nomad if you don’t move to a new country every few weeks” or “tourists and travelers are different, being a tourist is bad”.
For over a decade I have visited my family on the outskirts of Charlotte, North Carolina for holidays and family get-togethers. And for over a decade I wondered: What the heck was my family doing there? Sure, the cost of living was lower in the suburban South than it was in the larger cities we grew up accustomed to, but it just always seemed like an odd choice for my loud and colorful Dominican family. And truth be told, I found it a bit boring. To be fair, the boredom may have been a bit se...