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The Trump Administration’s Changes to Cuba Travel

A lot of folks have been asking me my opinion on the legal changes to Cuba travel announced in June 2017, by President Trump. I’d been quiet about it for many reasons: 1) I’ve been busy traveling throughout Central Asia since the announcement; 2) The changes were still pending official implementation by the Treasury and Commerce…

Morocco Highlights: Marrakech, Ouarzazate, Zagora & Sahara Desert

Morocco was an enchantment. It was red, alive, exotic, spicy, French, Arabic, and bursting in rich history and culture. The Moroccans were gregarious to us each time they found out we were American. It was refreshingly nice to hear “Welcome to our country” with a friendly smile. From the moment we stepped off the plane,…

On Minimalism

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.