New Study Proves Black Millennials Love To Travel, Are Looking For Companies That Understand Them

We know that black millennials love to travel. Look around at your friends and family and count the amazing trips they’ve taken recently. But new research from DigitasLBi shows that more than 70 percent of black millennial travelers (black people between the ages of 20-36 who consider travel a priority and who are involved in booking their […]

A Weekend Roadtrip Through Beautiful Loudoun County

With leaves changing color and temperatures starting to drop, autumn is a perfect time to take a drive in scenic Loudoun County. With its rustic charm, beautiful views, great shopping, and wineries galore, it’s no surprise that D.C.’s friendly neighbor is an unforgettable escape. And wineries ‘galore’ is no tall tale: Loudon’s more than 40 […]

Kimberly Wilson / Konya, Turkey

Discover Germany’s Best Kept Secret: Leipzig

Affectionately known as the “new Berlin,” Leipzig has grown as Germany’s charming new cultural hot spot. Known for its outstanding architecture, art, and lively city center that hosts hundreds of shops, restaurants, cafes and clubs, Leipzig is a must-visit destination in Europe. Though smaller, less populated and lesser known, Leipzig is thriving. The city, which […]

Kimberly Wilson

Bandung: An Escape from Jakarta, Indonesia’s Capital City

My first trip to Jakarta was a sensory assault. The contrasting sights of grand mosques, imposing shopping malls, and roadside food stalls swirled in the cacophony of buzzing motorbikes, taxis, and rickshaw carts. A simple trip across town easily became a three-hour tour, crawling through the maze of traffic. Watching the taxi meter tick away, […]

Chantal Blake

10 Major African Music Festivals You Don’t Want To Miss

Many African cultures hold traditional festivals in a bid to keep their art and traditions alive. In the 21st century, music festivals across the continent have built on that tradition and have become premier cultural and tourist events throughout the region. Ayiba brings you a list of music festivals to add to your bucket list. Asa Baako– One […]

Kimberly Wilson

Where To Play, Stay and Taste in Napa Valley

For those who enjoy wine – seasoned and newbies alike – a visit to the wine-soaked and legendary Napa Valley is a rite of passage. If you’re like me however, and aren’t the biggest wine connoisseur, have no fear: there’s plenty more to do in Napa than enjoy the fruits of the vine. Here, in […]

Kimberly Wilson

The Joy of Being an Expat: What I Learned Living Abroad

On the evening of Saturday, October 17th, I found myself at New York City’s JFK airport with four overweight suitcases, negotiating baggage fees and trying to make sure I would arrive in Geneva with everything I thought I would need. I was scheduled to begin a new job in Switzerland, a country I had only […]

Jamila Justine

7 Reasons Bermuda Might Be The Perfect Island Getaway

Bermuda can be summed up in one word: perfection. That’s exactly the interpretation I got as soon as I stepped foot off of the place to my island getaway. This would later be confirmed throughout the duration of my stay, for a number of reasons. To start, the culturally diverse island, which is steeped in […]

Kimberly Wilson

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