I purchased airline tickets through Skiplagged and my luggage was sent to another destination. The airline wanted me to pay for it to be brought back and delivered. Google Flights has been growing in notoriety lately for finding cheap flights. I used a third party company that warned me not to check any luggage, or… Continue reading Skiplagged Tickets Cost Me My Luggage And The Airline Wanted Me To Pay To Get It Back
Black Luxury travel is important. Seeing Black faces on social media, staying in beautiful places with exquisite accommodations, a top-of-the-line travel wardrobe and enjoying exclusive services, is more than simply inspiring. It is important, necessary even. Indulge in pre-flight meals at your airline’s lavish lounge to prepare for a long flight, and enjoy a receptionist… Continue reading Why Black Luxury Travel Is Important
his worth both on, and off, the court. With his opening of House Three Thirty, he’s showing the entire community of Akron, Ohio his signature style.
Born in Jamaica in the 1980s, Newton Marshall is the only Black musher to finish Alaska’s Iditarod. Iditarod, ‘The Last Great Race’, is not a well-known race. But, it is the one of the toughest races in the world. The Iditarod race is a 1,000 mile long dog sledding race that began in 1973. Mushers… Continue reading Newton Marshall; The Only Black Dog Musher To Finish Alaska’s Iditarod
Written by: Kiersten Brown The European Union has closed its borders to the U.S. but luckily for ex-pats like myself, we’re allowed to cautiously travel within the EU. To satisfy my wanderlust, I decided to visit Spain, utilizing Airbnbs while traveling throughout the country. Guarded with my mask and hand sanitizer, here’s how I safely… Continue reading How To Safely Stay At An AirBnB During The Pandemic
Written by: Patrice J. Williams Aruba. You probably have visions of white sand beaches and pink flamingos, but the island that’s located in the southern Caribbean Sea and less than 20 miles from Venezuela has so much more. Dutch is the official language, Papiamento is the native language and the island has more than 90… Continue reading Beyond The Beach: Exploring The Food, Art, And Adventure Of Aruba
Written by: Aniesia Williams If you’ve always dreamed of visiting Africa and want to make your visit affordable, the off-season is the way to make that dream come true. Visit during the months of May-June or August-September (which is Fall and Spring in the southern hemisphere) and many hotels, airlines, and tour organizers may be… Continue reading How To Enjoy Cape Town, South Africa & Nairobi, Kenya On A Budget
Written by: Shammara Lawrence Ski season is officially underway! If you’ve never been skiing before, you’re probably wondering what to bring and how to prepare. As excited as you may be about trying out something new, it can also be nerve-racking. I’ve been there. Fortunately for you, I’m here to help with some sage advice… Continue reading 10 Tips For Embarking On Your First Ski Trip
Written by: Reis Armstrong First thing’s first – No one can hold a candle to the Black and Latino barbershops and beauty salons in America. Period. We’re the blueprint for what a standard hairstyle should be. The hardest thing about living in Australia is finding a good barber. It took me several failed attempts that… Continue reading What It Feels Like To Be A Black Man In Australia
Written by: Shirea L. Carroll So you’ve finally met “the one,” or at least the potential one. It’s been a while and things are going great. You’re both goal-oriented and accomplished, appreciate your independence, and see the power of being a unit. It couldn’t be better. Or could it? Chris Rock said it best, “In… Continue reading Strengthen Your Relationship While Planning Your Next Baecation
Written by: Arielle Gray You don’t tame the sea. You learn how to ride it the way birds take to wind. This concept is a way of life in the Caribbean. The Bahamas is a place where ships wrecked on the rocks and reefs, an inevitable, lush green stop on the Trans Atlantic slave trade. … Continue reading The Audacious Beauty of Nassau’s History of Emancipation
Have you ever been on a flight and witnessed something ridiculous happen when all you were trying to do was get from Point A to Point B? We’ve all been there! Remember 4-year-old Rodney Small who had to call out a woman for putting her feet on his armrest? We can’t forget about the many… Continue reading If A Passenger Threw Up Next To You On A Flight, What Would You Do?!
Written by: Krista Hayes I’m from Lexington, Kentucky where boating is mostly a weekend activity during the summer, only for the privileged. For the sons and daughters of wealthy horse breeders, business possessors, descendants of bourbon-distillery founders and ritzy home-owners who live in the same glamorous neighborhood as John Calipari. Even though my life as… Continue reading Sailing Seychelles With Yacht Week East Africa Left This Girl From Kentucky With A Lifetime Of Memories
Written by: Trasheka Journet Planning your dream vacation sounds easy, but using a travel agent is even easier. Forget all those stereotypes that travel agents are expensive, no one uses them, and they don’t exist anymore, and focus on why trusting today’s modern travel agent is much easier than a DIY vacation. Here are five… Continue reading 5 Travel Agent Myths & Stereotypes Debunked
Traveling can have a variety of impacts on your life. For Dylan and Dixon Parker of Detroit, Michigan, it was the beginning of a journey that they hope will impact the world. For the last year and a half, the brothers have been pushing their t-shirt brand and non-profit, Blessed World Wide. Their mission is simple: Feed… Continue reading How Traveling Led These Brothers Into A Life Of Service