3 books to read before going on a roadtrip or hike

Since COVID-19, we have been (safely) going on long adventurous roadtrips and hikes. Here are a few books to get you excited about a ROADTRIP: On the Road by Jack Kerouac 2. The Motorcycle Diaries by Ernesto Che Guevara 3. Blue Highways: A Journey into America Three books to read before a long trek orContinue reading “3 books to read before going on a roadtrip or hike”

Ways to celebrate Black History Month without leaving NYC

African-Americans have been living and contributing to the development of New York City since 1626. While early inhabitants were forced here through the Dutch West Indies trade. A large number of African-Americans moved up north during the great migration of the 19th century for economic opportunity and better treatment. A large number of Black NewContinue reading “Ways to celebrate Black History Month without leaving NYC”

6 Churches to check out in NYC during the 6 weeks of Lent

In honor of Lent I am going to feature one church for each of the six weeks to check out. While this isn’t meant to be religious proselytizing, it is meant to show off the amazing architecture that New York City offers us. Check out some of these gems. #6 Plymouth Church #6 Plymouth ChurchContinue reading “6 Churches to check out in NYC during the 6 weeks of Lent”

A trulli, a cave, and a masseria oh my!

Your first question is probably: what’s with all these weird words in the title? The answer: they are different types of accommodations that we tried while in the Puglia and Basilicata (the heel and instep) regions of Italy. My main reason for travelling to these destinations were a) I kept seeing cool instagram photos fromContinue reading “A trulli, a cave, and a masseria oh my!”