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New Orleans is as unique a city as they come, boasting French, Cajun, African, Caribbean and European influences all mixed together to create a lo-cal full of life with a deep-rooted history and one-of-a-kind culture. I visited The Big Easy with a few girlfriends and had the time of my life! The first impression of New …

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After a long day at work followed by a long 15 hour flight on South African Airways from JFK New York, I was all set for my first time in the African continent. A big part of all the excitement was seeing the other four members of my family after 6 months. Although I had not …

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With summer right around the corner and a lot of beach trips lined up, I decided to do a post on what you need when going to the beach! Between the salt, sand, and sun, a day at the beach is arguably the best natural beauty treatment of all. But too much exposure can be …

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Vacation opportunity? Let’s go somewhere ! That’s how I like to roll. So last month, I realized I could travel for a short 4 days getaway to Mexico! So I booked GS and me to Cancun! At first, we were contemplating if we want to book an all inclusive deal in the Hotel Zone but …

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Amsterdam, the capital city within the Netherlands, is considered one of the most desirable destinations to visit in Europe and around the globe. It is rich with culture and history, ranging from its iconic canals to its vast museum and art collection, one of the biggest worldwide. And its famous red-light district and cannabis coffee …

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When I got to Atlanta I had exactly 5 hours to see what I could. I chose the World of Coke, Centennial Olympic Park and the CNN studio. I was staying at the Hyatt Regency on Peachtree Road. It was located close to all the tourist attractions and the airport (about 15-20 mins away). Travel …

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In the last post on Costiera Amalfitana, I told you about where to stay in Sorrento, Italy and the must do’s and see’s in Capri and Anacapri, Italy. This post will focus on Positano, a beautiful sea-side cliff-town, as well as what you must bring when visiting the Amalfi Coast. Final Stop: Positano Positano is another …

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One of the most exciting stops during my time in Italy had to be in Roma. Such an iconic city, brimming with life and culture, preceded by more than two and a half thousand years worth of historical significance. Arriving with some prior knowledge about the city and some of its famous pieces definitely made …

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Venice. I’m not sure how to describe this city in a way that hasn’t already been poetically scripted or laced with romantic clichés. Still, I can say that it is unlike anything you have ever experienced or imagined. The whole time I was there I felt like I was standing on a Hollywood movie set, …

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These are my top picks for art museums in Florence, Italy. Each one offers something special and totally unique. And as a bonus, they are all walking distance apart, as well as walking distance from the main train station. Galleria degli Uffizi The Uffizi Gallery is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Florence. …

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