Travel Talk Tuesdays on Instagram

Travel Talk Tuesday is a Live interview series hosted by Cassondra Wanders showcasing travelers, travel bloggers and travel entrepreneurs. The series, which premiered on March 16, 2021, has seen guest speakers from all over the world - including USA, Jamaica, UK and Israel. Travel Talk Tuesday's live discussions primarily focus on sharing real-life travel experiences and cover a wide range of travel topics.

First Trip to Cuba: 6 Travel Tips

Cuba is vibrant and captivating! It constantly feels like you're on a the set of a movie. Unexpected and amazing sights are around every corner and flowing from the streets.  Always have your camera ready because you never know what you'll be seeing next!

17 Photos to Inspire Your Visit to Strasbourg, France

Located in the Alsace region of France is the most ornate city of Strasbourg.  A beautiful architectural balance of German and Frech. Timber framed homes scattered throughout the curving cobblestone streets and the River Ill is never too far away! Strasbourg was one of those cities that came as a complete surprise. It turned out to be so much more incredible than I ever imagined and totally exceeded my expectations! If all that hasn't convinced you to visit this German border city, then these 17 Photos from Strasbourg definitely will!

What You Need to Know About Jamaica, Before You Go

Jamaica is situated 90 miles south of Cuba in the Caribbean. It is a mountainous island with a warm tropical climate and a popular destination for those seeking some fun in the sun!

Ultimate Budget Guide to Los Angeles

L.A. is huge, deciding on an itinerary can be a bit overwhelming. There is literally a million things to do and see. The area is also so spread out, it can cost a fortune when it comes to transportation. So here is my guide for anyone planning a short visit to LA or is working from a smaller budget.

11 Photos to Inspire your First Trip to Havana, Cuba

I can say wholeheartedly, that I absolutely loved Cuba. Last month I stayed in Havana for a week and I still look at the pictures over and over. The colors were amazing, the cars were surreal and the people were absolutely delightful. I can't get over it. I'll need to return soon! Until then here are my favorite photos to inspire you to see it for yourself.

5 Reasons to Love/Hate Dubai

After galivanting around the city for a week, I gathered my thoughts on what to expect when visiting Dubai. The good, the bad and everything in between. There is not perfect place, every has it's pros and it's cons. 

How to Spend 48 hours in Miami, Florida

Have a quick trip to Miami, Florida or visiting for the first time? Here is a short guide on how to spend 48 hours in Miami!! Cruise around in a convertible Rent a drop-top from Ace Rent A Car, crank the tunes and pick up some friends! We had a blast cruising around with the wind whipping in our hair. Got a little sunburn but nothing beats belting out Journey at the top of your lungs.

25 Other Reasons to Visit China

My next extended trip will be to China. My trip will span 10 days and my time will be spent mostly between Beijing and Shanghai. I think the #1 attraction to China for most people is the Great Wall, but here are plenty of other reasons to go! I'm pretty certain I will eventually return to China for a second time. With so many incredible places to visit and things to see, there's no possible way I'll see everything I want to this time. I'm sure 5 or 10 good reasons is sufficient, but I thought I'd really over do it and find 25 very convincing reasons to visit China. Let me know which ones really stick out to you!

5 Reasons to Love/Hate Cuba

This Spring, I visited Havana, Cuba with Jakera. During my stay I lived, learned, ate and interacted with many of the locals.

My program provided lodging, meals, Spanish classes and local activities. I stayed in a Casa Particular with a very friendly host family, who all happened to be named Patricia - grandmother, mother and daughter.

Every morning at the Jakera house, we had homemade Cuban breakfast prepared for us. Breakfast was followed by a three-hour interactive Spanish class and then we had a home cooked lunch. During class we walked around the city, visited museums and even the beach. It was a truly magical experience!

For those who haven't been to Cuba this list will help you prepare for the ups and the downs. And for those who have been, this should be a reminder why Cuba is so great!