Taking on the World, One City at a Time
Well lets see here, I am just an ol’ Southern girl that has a love of all things travel. Born in Charleston S.C., I am no stranger to tourism. Many folks travel down to the “Low Country” to get a taste of some good ol’ Southern Hospitality and sweet tea. Others travel to Charleston for it’s historic glow and wonder.
This blog will touch on some of my own travel, the good, the bad, and the I will never do that again type of stuff. In addition to that, you can expect to see a few travel deals posted here and there, along with some reviews from my closest friends and family.
Why I Do What I Do, and My Favorite Things
As a child, I often traveled to the DMV (DC, Maryland, Virginia) to visit my grandparents for my summer breaks, and that’s when it all started. My love for travel that is….
The purpose of “Travel Is D’new Black” is to prove that us blacks do travel, and that we bring a little flava while doing so.
You can find some of my work on the travel blog “Black and Well Traveled,” and more sites to come .
Favorite Food – Cheeseburgers
Favorite Candy – Sour Punch Straws
Favorite Music Genre – Anything ratchet/trap house related (Don’t judge me)
Favorite Destination – Winter Park, Colorado
Ideal Vacation Location – Fiji, I mean have you seen the pics!?!
Do I Work Fulltime – Yes, I do have to pay for all of this travel you know
First International Trip – 2013, a cruise to Grand Cayman and Cozumel, Mexico
Check out some of my most recent adventures below
Hey Wander Tribe, You all it is January 2020. Can you believe we are a month into another decade. I sure can't. I hope this year is filled with nothing but super dope vacations, tasty cuisine and bomb a** photos. But I got to spit game to you real quick. Soooooooooo,...
Since as early as I can remember I have been, fascinated with the north east and it's history. From the Boston Tea Party, To the Battle of Bunker Hill, and the Salem Witch Trials the north east is a hot spot for history. So this Halloween season I decided to...
Wanting to explore the 13 colonies, I chose to spend my birthday weekend in Newport, Rhode Island. Let me share with you my experience. We flew into Providence (PVD) and drove about 40 minutes to Newport. The area is super cute and bustling with all sorts of New...