How I like to travel ‘passively’? 😄😄
1. Set aside about 20% from each paycheck.
2. Opt for hostels and affordable airbnb.
3. Spend lavishly on the experience and local food rather than the stay, unless totally worth it.
4. Plan a trip once in 3 months.
5. Save on make up (just lipstick is enough)😜 Let me know your hacks 😁
This is a silly photo of me, but it’s also triumphant. That rock doesn’t look like much, however it was almost as tall as me. And I was determined to climb it. As I tried to find a way my sister said something like, ‘you’re going to break your face.’ No matter how silly, goals are goals and I will find a way to conquer them...just like I did to climb that Land Before Time era rock. Can’t wait to hike with my KK again soon! #climbing#gooutside#hike#beutahful#ustravel#sisteradventures
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Would you rather live in big city or one of these charming little rivertown like ‘Le Claire’ in Iowa. ☀️ swipe left to see more
Top attractions- ✨Shopping merchandise at American pickers and Antique archeology
✨Riverboat Twilight-Mississippi River Cruise 🚢 ✨Explore Buffalo Bill museum
✨Enjoy on the banks of Mississippi River
✨Visit Mississippi River Distilling company ✨Enjoy local wine and beer at Green tree brewery .
Do you know-
It is the birthplace of William Frederick Cody, popularly known as Buffalo Bill Cody.
LeClaire is the home of Antique Archaeology, an antique store operated by Mike Wolfe that is featured on the History Channel's reality television series, American Pickers.
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Reflecting on this testimonial from @glographics about her experience as a Black tourist (2nd frame - “White privilege is not having to google the destination’s treatment of your race beforehand”). Our Founder @xmisscarroll can relate...experiences like catching the overnight trains in Europe and watching groups of white travelers pass by the station police with no scrutiny, while she and two African businessmen were the only ones stopped to have their passports checked.
But we must also remember that it wasn’t that long ago that The Negro Motorist Green Book, published during Jim Crow 1936-1966, was an absolute necessity for Black Americans to safely travel within the US. It contained a listing of hotels, restaurants, gas stations, and others that offered Black people respite while on the road.
Another work week in the books. We had a great trip last week and I’m even more eager to travel somewhere new now! ✨
Panama City Beach is somewhere we’ve both been going since we were younger so it doesn’t have the same appeal a new destination does anymore. Even so, it was so nice to get away for a little while to focus on us and getting a break from work.
Here’s a preview of our June newsletter coming out in a few days! Check our stories for more and be sure to sign up for the newsletter at the #linkinbio for the full itinerary. The Maine adventure goes from Kennebunkport to Bar Harbor, stopping in Portland, Rockland, and Acadia National Park!
This week has been extremely eye opening, educational, heartbreaking, and so many more things. I’m sure you can all agree. 😞
I feel in some ways like a different person than I was last Friday, and I hope this personal growth continues as I make efforts to not be “not a racist” but to be an anti-racist. 👊🏻👊🏼👊🏾👊🏿
Normal blog content will resume tomorrow, and next week things on my IG Stories will be returning to regular content as well (memes, work outfits, etc). With that said- an important disclaimer that posting normal online content again does NOT mean that I no longer care about these important issues. I’m looking forward to continuing to educate myself through books, videos/documentaries, podcasts... and most importantly continuing to have TOUGH and DEEP conversations with friends and family (Something I’ve generally been nervous to do! This week has put me very out of my comfort zone in the best way). If you posted a black square on Instagram this week, are you also committed to doing the work off of Instagram? Something to think about! 🤔
Anyways- ending this week with this #sbittravelphotofriday post from Charleston, SC! Spent a short couple hours there coming back from the beach a couple weekends ago while visiting my friend @carolinecoleburn. On that afternoon there were not a lot of people practicing social distancing in Charleston which made us very uneasy 😬 think crowds and almost zero mask wearing... so we didn’t stay long! But glad I got to get a few colorful snaps 📸🌈 #Charleston#Charlestonsc#sbittravels#shotoniphone
Recorriendo la Ruta del Califato, llegando a la campiña de Jaén podemos admirar un paisaje infinito de olivares. Destaca un cerro donde está enclavado Alcaudete, y sobresale su torre del Castillo de 25 metros. Perteneció al reino nazarí y pasó a manos castellanas tras la conquista de Fernando III. La fortaleza se reforzó posteriormente cuando se cedió a la Orden de Calatrava siendo recuperada otra vez por los nazaríes hasta 1312 cuando volvió a manos castellanas de manos del Infante Don Pedro.
Walking the Caliphate Route, reaching the Jaén countryside we can admire an infinite landscape of olive groves. A hill stands out where Alcaudete is located, and its 25-meter Castle tower stands out. It belonged to the Nasrid kingdom and passed into Castilian hands after the conquest of Fernando III. The fortress was later reinforced when it was yielded to the Order of Calatrava, being recovered again by the Nasrids until 1312 when it returned to Castilian hands from the Infante Don Pedro
E por falar em realizar sonhos em viagens (veja foto anterior)....
Eu sempre tive vontade de andar de helicóptero (apesar de todo medo). Quando fomos a Las Vegas, pudemos realizar essa minha grande vontade em um passeio pelo Grand Canyon. Eu confesso que caíram algumas lágrimas lá em cima. Primeiro por poder ter essa oportunidade e segundo porque o lugar realmente é maravilhoso. É imenso, imponente e lindo!
Compramos o passeio em Las Vegas, diretamente com a empresa Maverick Helicopters. 🚁 E na foto uma parada no meio do deserto para abastecer.
📍Grand Canyon - Arizona - Estados Unidos 🇺🇸