| Barcelona, Spain (Read tips for Barcelona at WeWorkToTravel.com. Below is just a snippet - Think of us as a BLACK TRIPADVISOR, with some unique twists)
“I traveled to Barcelona at the end of July.. We were there for 5 days, which I think was the perfect number of days for...Since we went for a party we were...I went to Sagrada Familia, a 5 minutes walk from my Airbnb, which was...One of my favourite things I did there was spending time at the beach and....Another activity I really wanted to do was.... We also took a trip along the coast with all black people from...If this is your scene I would recommend you Google...With this trip to Barcelona my top two things were...”
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If I only understood what was written here, coolest wall I have seen so far. Leaving the urban lifestyle for some days to the great mountains in China 📸
“My interest in travel and passion for Africa stem from my parents: thanks to them, I know what it’s like to dedicate one’s life to helping make a difference and create change on the continent, and traveled to 12 of the 54 before July 2016. .
When and how did you fall in love with travel? Africa?” ❤️ @lorikemi
The most overpriced boat ride I’ll probably ever take in my life but when in Venice right?
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Hiking in sandals...maybe not the best idea. However, effort only releases its reward after a person refuses to quit. #notetoself
Well worth it for this moment of pure joy!
Love ain’t simple...and neither is being happy all of the time. Anything worth having should be worked at constantly...Y’all like that spin on Common’s lyrics from “The Light” 💡 bit of a stretch but ya see what I did there?! 😏🤓🤣 Loving this Seattle biker look. It’s making me very happy lol so is this day.
Accra you’re beautiful ❤️
I fell for everything except the Jollof Rice 🌚
In the end, she became more than what she expected. She became the journey, and like all journeys, she did not end, she just simply changed directions and kept going.
We loved the views in “Pueblito Paisa”. If you’re looking for great views of Medellin, this is the spot to visit. 🙌🏼 You can chill here all day since they sell juices, foods, sweets etc. 👍🏼
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I couldn't have imagined spending the beginning of August in any other way. Crop Over far exceeded my expectations. I ate world class cuisine, danced in paint from 11pm until sunrise, somehow got a costume last minute to be apart of the Grand Kadooment parade, toured the whole island in a 4x4, walked on powdery white sand, overlooked some of the clearest water, chilled with Miss Universe Barbados, Ghana and Trinidad, met the Prime Minister, met some fellow Instagrammers in person and created some epic memories with strangers who became friends.
Thank you @visitbarbados
for having me. This trip will forever have a place in my heart!
Asks to brave, courageous and independent female travelers out there! 📍We started NomadHer to solve insecurity, economic and emotional issues that solo female travelers are undergoing. 👩 👊We want to create a platform to connect and solo female travelers to travel more safely, economically and fun way. 👍
Since having started NomadHer project, we have met female travelers around the world, coming from different backgrounds and nationality but with the same vision and hope. 🎈 👧“Hope there can be more solo female travelers out there” 🙈“I want to travel solo, but I am afraid to do so.” 👭“What if there is a platform to connect single female travelers around the world?” 👉👉Therefore,
NomadHer decides to start our journey with your support and voice. 💜
We want to make the world where more female travelers out there can travel solo, if they can and if they wish to do.👏👏👏👏👏 Yes,✔✔
That is why we want to hear your story, what you felt during your travel, how you imagine our app NomadHer, and what you wish to include.🔍 That is why we are asking you. 👓How do you imagine our NomadHer app to be? 💬What are you looking for from us and what is your priority in traveling?
Your story around the world will be reflected on our app NomadHer beta version.👐👐👐 Come and shout out to NomadHer what you want think👌
Click the link in the bio of Instagram or below to answer our survey. With your 5MINs we will make NomadHer app together!
• Little known fact...Dwayne and I are points and miles hoarders. You know like the show when the woman has thousands of barbies around the house. Yup. That’s us! We’ve amassed over 2 million points and miles and we mentally throw them in the air and roll around in them.
I was bitten by the travel bug at a very young age and over the years it has developed into my “why.” Why I quit my job, why I work so damn hard, why I chase after my dreams. I want to see the world, experience it’s wonders and meet the people of far away lands that live in it.
But due to our points and miles we rarely EVER pay to travel, so it’s not about the money. No for us...It’s about the flexibility. I traded in my 40 hour work week for an 80 hour week so that we could experience life on our terms. So that we can be blessed enough to pick up whenever we want and travel to wherever we desire simply because we can .
Don’t quit your day dream. Even if people try to discourage you, even if you have to readjust your course, even when you doubt whether you have it in you to make it happen, never quit believing in and working towards your dream.
So my friends, what is your why?
Look at those turns! 🏄🏻♀️ I’ve only been back home for a week and started doing land surf workouts so it will be like riding a bike next time I get on a wave. 🌊
📍Playa Hermosa, Costa Rica 🇨🇷
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