Venture away from the resorts and escape the Punta Cana tourist traps. Discover this untouched part of the Dominican Republic.
The Travel Blog
Minimalism has always been contrary to who I am: a multicultural, multilingual, multiracial, colorful, jack of all trades, world traveler. Except, maybe not entirely for that last part. Traveler.
Four days before my flight, I found myself with an unplanned solo female trip to Cuba. This was not the first time I’ve traveled alone. But it was the first time I’ve traveled solo to a politically controversial and developing country which most people have little knowledge of. With only my first night’s accommodation reserved, […]
Growing up in the Bronx, New York to Dominican-born-and-raised parents can make for an excellent recipe of stereotypes and cliches. One of which is that, unless you had easy accessibility to a pool or some other body of water, you probably never learned how to swim as a kid. So I found myself at 25… learning how […]