Weekday mornings in Paris are an odd mélange of city noises and stunning quiet. It all depends on where you are, of course. Metro stations are a constant stream of people, few chatting as they mostly wear headphones or read a book. Packed trains empty for a second or two before filling again with a […]

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Of all the caribbean islands (at least the ones I’ve been to), Saint Lucia is the one that gives off south Pacific vibes the most. Which is exactly why my brother and his now wife chose this island on which to be married a few weeks ago.

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Haters gonna hate. But sometimes, despite their stubborn nature, they will realize the error of their ways and set aside their pride to admit that they were indeed, wrong. And so begins the tale of my first visit to Sandals.

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(This travel essay, written and photographed by me, was first published on the coastal-based blog, Salt, in January 2016. I’m posting it on my own blog today in honor of the anniversary of the D-Day landings. Please visit www.readsalt.com for more salty tales for salty folks.) On a September morning around sunrise, I rode a train […]

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Atlanta is only a 3.5 – 4 hour drive from the sooooouuuuthern gem of a city, Savannah. I’ve always had some dream of being a southern belle living in Savannah, living off of friend chicken and peaches and spending my afternoons perched on a park bench reading a good book. Since I was born a […]

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I think the majority of the US cities I’ve traveled to as an adult have been as a result of visiting friends from high school and college whose jobs have taken them to various cities around the country. Grand Junction, Tallahassee, Baltimore, Portland, New York, and as of this past weekend, Atlanta.

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