As an African American where are the best places to travel without experiencing racism? Here is Part 2 to my black-friendly travel destination list!
If the medina and riads are an onslaught of colors, sights and sounds, Sahrai filters them through a GOOPish lens.
You haven’t really seen the real Morocco until you’ve been to Fez we heard.
Most tourists skip Fez, Morocco’s oldest city. That’s a big mistake.
Here are some of the best cemeteries in the world that draw thousands and in some cases millions of visitors each year, whether or not they have loved ones buried there!
Exploring Caravaggio’s Rome with Roma Experience Tours
Dar 7 Louyat in Fes, Morocco is a renovated 15th century mansion in the heart of the medina done right!
There are so many great tips that my fellow female travelers shared that I want to impart to you.
It’s ok to not like a place that everyone else raves about. Your experiences are uniquely your own! I didn’t like Chefchaouen. Here’s why!
As “others,” we are more often than not asked to define what we are. We also usually have a split second to decide the intentions of our interrogator. Am I black? Am I a New Yorker? Am I an American? Am I Caribbean-American? Naomi happens to love the word exotic. It conjures images of beautiful art. Jennifer and I are wary of the reductionist tone it often takes. Where do we belong?