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South Beach, Miami is nothing like the way that I used to love it! It was lined with these amazing cafés and clubs all over the place that was full, and a nice variety of them too. Every demographic had something to choose from. I would have a good time at the Clevelander listening … Continue reading South Beach… What Happened?
Flying to Cancun is a vacation, but taking the ferry to Isla Mujeres is an experience. It’s an island off of the coast of Cancun that’s a short 30 minute boat ride, that even provides some acoustic entertainment. I’m a bit leery about boats (hence why I’ve never taken a full on cruise), but this … Continue reading Icaco, Isla Mujeres, and ImOutofTown’s Gold Star Stay
If I’ve learn nothing else about traveling, I know that you can’t always rely completely on the media to be your gauge for what any destination is really like. However, I was slightly tainted about Mexico and the relentless negative cast on the entire country. Now, like anywhere else, I’m sure they’re places that are … Continue reading For Play, Aruma, and Playa del Carmen
Who knew that in the middle of nowhere, really nowhere, that I’d stumble upon one of the most perfect and quaint wineries. Literally if you blink, you’ll miss the signs leading up to this small little oasis tucked away in the woods of this sleepy beach town of Fort Pierce. To be honest, whenever I’ve … Continue reading Wine and Stumbles
At the last minute, with no itinerary or even a pair of underwear packed LOL, I decided to go to Dublin for a short stay. I used the app. to check in for the flight while driving to the airport (and no I don’t recommend texting while driving LOL), and made it on time for … Continue reading Dublin in 48
Listen, I learned my mistakes early on this trip. I didn’t have the best time for a portion of my stay, but I must admit, I was misguided to begin with. Morocco is my first and only African experience to date, and it quickly groomed me. With much reflection, I can calmly (and I … Continue reading Moroccan Madness