As I shared in a past post, my first experience using an Airbnb was very positive. I decided to stay in the garden apartment of a Brownstone in the beautiful neighborhood of Park Slope in Brooklyn. The booking process was super easy. My host sent me instructions to gain access…View Post
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I’m originally from Brooklyn and Labor Day always brings fond memories of my time in New York. Many of my favorite memories are from the West Indian Carnival/Parade which takes place on Labor Day. People from all over the world and especially the Caribbean descend on the city to take…View Post
Cuba is such a hot destination right now. Once President Obama lifted the travel restrictions and embargo, Cuba has been placed at the top of the list of so many Americans. Although Cuba is more accessible than ever, it may not be within reach for some. Little Havana provides a…View Post
I must admit that I have always been a little weary of the idea of booking Airbnb. The thought of staying in a stranger’s home just didn’t seem appealing to me. To make matters worse, I’m an introvert and prefer to stay to myself when traveling. Plus, I love the…View Post
If you’ve been following my blog, you know that I am completely and totally obsessed with the island of Grenada. I visited last year and again in May and I honestly did not want to leave. One of my favorite things to do on the island is lounge on their…View Post