A woman, violin & dog
Walking is something that humans have done since we descended from the trees of Africa, from there we decided to explore the globe. Our ancestors had to overcome unimaginable terrain, traversing incredible distances with little to no food or water, crossing the arctic, jungles and climbing the tallest peaks in the Himalayas. My two year voyage was commemorating the struggles and sacrifices our ancestors had to endure in order for us to read this blog.
YOU Should stay HOME!!!
On A Quest To Be The 1st BLACK Woman To Travel To ALL Countries.
I am starting my year travel plans with a trip to Haiti. As I am preparing for this 10 day, 3 city tour. I will show you how to pack lite, find inexpensive lodging, eat and play like a local and give you an opportunity to purchase goods from Haiti. I also will be blogging and vlogging my trip while in Haiti to show you why you should visit Haiti. Follow my blog (HERE) for more updates.
She is a wanderlust, writer, photographer, entrepreneur, and public speaker. At her core, she is a dreamer looking to craft a life and career that interconnects her passions and talents. She also wants to use her story to educate and inspire others to travel and experience the world around them. Read her story (HERE)
From time to time, we comes across stories that just blow our mind. They are stories of women who are daring, adventurous, and just totally awesome and baddass! This is the story of Jasmine Reed, a Los Angeles native, who along with her dog Fiji and her violin, finished bicycling 14,000 miles around North America in a little over a year.