This week on ‘Friendly Footprints’, Teresa talks to me about her time in Barbados; a welcome escape from New York city’s winter temps. How did you decide on Barbados as a destination? Anything for my boo Rihanna. Was hoping I would run into her. Also, Barbados is one of the few places Nigerians can visitContinue reading “‘Friendly Footprints’ in Barbados with Teresa”
On Calle Fortaleza, a popular street, multi-colored hanging umbrellas create shade from the blistering heat and attract people in droves. The fixture is beautiful to look at, but I suppose pictures last longer.
If you’ve ever tried to get to San Blas from Panama City, Isla Baru from Cartagena, or -in our case- Culebra from San Juan, you’ll find that you need to leave early. As-the-sun-is-just-setting-up-for-its-shift kind of early. D & I know we have to wake up for 6 am but we want to go out dancing,Continue reading “Puerto Rico’s Islands: Culebra”
We spent the day in Sosua on a boat. The water, a dark shade of blue, was not clear enough that you could see through it. We passed the time snorkeling, swimming, jumping off the side of the boat – to my mom’s obvious horror – and dancing to Inyang’s impressively curated Afrobeats playlist.
I’ve always been most comfortable with things that move on water; except Jet Ski’s, haven’t gotten the hang of those yet. I’m not sure if it’s that I feel safer on water, or if it’s just a preference. Once I had the opportunity to see the point where the Atlantic and Carribean oceans meet inContinue reading “We Sailed the Atlantic to The Bahamas.”