It's hard not to go camera crazy in a place like Jamaica. Everything from the blue skies to the yellow and pink sunsets are just screaming to be photographed. I've narrowed down my favorite pictures to the eight shown in this post. For more wanderlust, make sure to check out my Jamaica Millennial Guide and my insights from volunteering at a local school. After spending a week in both Negril and M[...]
 
 
My recent trip to Jamaica was filled with so many memories that it's hard not to recount them all. Everything from the picturesque beaches to the inventive culinary scene is impressive, not to mention extremely appealing to millennials. During my short but sweet stay in Jamaica I explored both Negril and Montego Bay. Although they are only about an hour or so apart by car, they felt very distinct [...]
 
 
Berlin is one of those magnificent cities where biking becomes an art form. My first time there, about two years ago, I signed up for a few walking tours or simply wandered through the neighborhoods on my own. While this is certainly a great way to get a feel for local culture, biking does give a new perspective. Last month, I had the chance to take a guided tour with Berlin on Bike and in many wa[...]
 
 
As I quickly learned upon landing in PDX, Portland is a city that is constantly innovating itself while never shedding its "weird" appeal. Personally, Portland has interested me because there is so much going on in terms of organic produce, farm-to-table cuisine and beer trends but that's just scratching the surface compared to what I experienced while on the ground. I discovered that Portland is [...]
 
 
This is a guest post by Christopher Harvey.What comes to mind when you think about Milan? For the majority of people, it is bound to be fashion, as this glamorous city located in northern Italy is home to internationally known designers and prominent retailers. Others might be more concerned with football, owing to the fact that both Internazionale and AC Milan are two of the world’s most famo[...]
 
 
Having just returned from Berlin for the second time in less than two years, I'm even more determined to make this fabulous city my home one day. In many ways, Berlin reminds me a lot of New York. It has the same contagious energy that lures people (like me) back time after time. Yet, Berlin has a few things that New York lacks and its these differences that makes the biggest impact. Firstly, the [...]
 
 
This is a guest post by Christopher Harvey. Summer is almost in full swing so it seems only natural that we look at some of Europe’s most captivating and compelling port cities. Whether you choose to visit the beautiful and balmy Mediterranean or the colder yet equally attractive Baltic Sea, there are plenty of opportunities to discover what life next to the coast is really like. Three of the mos[...]
 
 
Hamburg is most definitely a neighborhood city so as expected, I had a field day biking through them all. For the most part, Hamburg is already pretty established yet there are many changes in the works to drastically modernize the city as a whole. Many of the neighborhoods have or are currently experiencing gentrification, with HafenCity undergoing a complete revamp. There are a lot of neighborho[...]
 
 
Stockholm is one of those cities that appeals to just about every type of traveler. Culture enthusiasts have a slew of museums to choose from while foodies can indulge in traditional cuisine with a modern twist at every meal. While Stockholm has somewhat of a bad reputation when it comes to the exchange rate, it's still a destination that I highly recommend adding to your wanderlust list. As a boh[...]
 
 
Dominica is called the "Nature Island" of the Caribbean and that nickname is well-deserved. Upon arriving, I embarked on a nearly two hour ride from the airport to the capital city of Roseau. The roads were barely decipherable but nature was all around. Even in the dark, I could make out the families of trees flanking our van on either side. During the next few days, I was to discover various aspe[...]
 
 
The irony that I'm finally sitting down to write this post mere days after moving to Brooklyn is not lost on me. Not that I’m a Manhattan snob, because I’ve been aware of Brooklyn’s awesomeness for a few years now, but it’s just one of those posts that keeps getting pushed back.So, in honor of my new Bushwick address, here are five Brooklyn neighborhoods worth a wander. Please note, that these[...]
 
 
As I flip back through the hundreds of photos I took while in Dominica I notice a smile creeping upon my face. I wonder what the people sitting on either side of me at this crowded neighborhood coffee shop must think of my glee. Probably nothing, as it's too time consuming to wonder about the inner workings of those around us but sometimes I do just that. On this particular day, my smile felt like[...]