ATL CityPass: Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Moving to Atlanta from NYC was an easy decision. Inviting my family to spend the weekend? Not so much. Don’t get me wrong, I love my family I promise I do. But I also like not living so close to them sometimes.

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The Greek Isles

Exhaustion and Glee. These are the first two emotions that come to mind when I think back to the last day of my study tour in the beautiful country of Greece. We were finally going to enjoy our time not encumbered with tourists attractions, climbing various hills, which seemed to make up Europe’s geography, and…

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Venetian Dream

It was a cloudy day. And not the cute kind of cloudy where the sun sneaks a peek at the people below to make sure they know he’s still here. No. This was the sky can break into a severe thunderstorm tap dance kind of cloudy. And it was unseasonably cool. Well, when I say…

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Treasure Hunt

I have another cruise story! One thing that I dislike about cruises… there are sooo many people. Don’t get me wrong, I knew that before I went on the cruise. But I honestly didn’t realize how many people were on the ship until we stopped at each island. Well, Jinell and I were over the…

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Multicultural Hub on the Gibraltar

After our time in Granada, my peers and I drove down to the coast and ended up in the port city of Algeciras. We were staying at the beautiful Hotel Reina Cristina. After a day of walking through the Nerja Caves, my friends and I enjoyed dinner and a swim in the pool ready for…

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Where Three Cultures Meet!

This past July, my sister Jinell and I went on our very first cruise. We visited four islands, Grand Turk (Turks & Caicos), The Dominican Republic, Aruba and Curaçao. It was a bright, crisp day as we disembarked the ship. Jinell and I walked along the main pathway of Mega Pier in West Willemstad (Otrabanda),…

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“It’s Granada or Nada Baby!”

Spain, with its vibrancy and rich history has quickly become one of my favorite places. During my senior year of undergrad, I had the opportunity to embark on a month-long study tour to Spain, Morocco, Italy & Greece. Prior to the study tour, I didn’t have any real interest in Spain outside of visiting Barcelona…

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