AfroNation Portugal: The Festival of the Summer

AFRONATION. Where do I even start?

I used to hate when people used the phrase ‘it was a movie’ because I would always think ‘how you can describe an experience like that?’ and ‘how can something feel like a movie?’ After attending AfroNation I get it now. When something is so lit you can’t put any other words to it, that phrase is the best way to describe it. But the thing is AfroNation wasn’t just any kind of movie…it was an Oscar winning blockbuster hit from start to finish.

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Copenhagen, Denmark

Last year I visited the stylish little city of Copenhagen for a few days with a couple of friends.

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Tales of a Traveller Podcast

I recently had the pleasure of recording a podcast episode with my friend Ibby Omotosho, creator of the podcast show ‘Tales of a Traveller‘. His show consists of him sharing his experiences and interesting stories from his travel adventures around the world and he also invites special guests on to share their experiences too. Ibby’s […]

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What to Expect on a Cruise

This is a chunky post as there is A LOT to cover. So grab a cup of tea, some treats and settle in…or just do whatever floats your boat (pun intended). With 3 cruises under my belt I’d like to think that I’ve got enough experience to be able to write about what you should […]

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Travel Do’s and Don’ts

Over the years I’ve made several mistakes and picked up some tips on what to do and what not to do when travelling. No one is perfect and with more adventures and experiences I’m sure there’ll be more mishaps but it’s all part of the learning experience! Here’s some do’s and don’ts with a few […]

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Visiting the Niagara Falls

Every time I look at that picture of the falls I mentally give myself a pat on the back. It was taken on my iPhone 7 (which is no longer with us, RIP) but it looks like it a was taken on a proper camera right? I was in New York City for a family […]

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Vienna, Austria – First Solo Trip

For years I’d talked about travelling to another country on my own. I’d gone away on work trips and flown to other countries by myself but there was always a colleague, friend or family waiting for me on the other side. I figured the procrastination needed to come to an end so I decided to take my first solo trip in July and it went better than I could’ve ever imagined.

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