Dominica Travel Blog

Dominica travel blog. On September 18th 2017, Hurricane Maria devastated Dominica. Lives were lost, lush forests were damaged, housing and infrastructure was almost completely destroyed. And while there is still a lot of work to be done, after two years of cleanup and rebuilding, the signs of recovery are positive. A lot of Caribbean destinations … More Dominica Travel Blog

Scotland and Orkney

Here are some pics of a quick visit to Scotland and the Orkney Islands. I recently visited a friend in the Scottish Highlands. I wasn’t planning on posting a blog about it, but it was so stunning I thought I would add some pics to pass the time during the Coronavirus lock-down. Known for it’s … More Scotland and Orkney

Pakistan Travel

“We are not terrorists.” This was repeatedly the first thing I was told when sitting down for tea across Pakistan. A proud, friendly and welcoming country, everyone I met was frustrated about how their country was being portrayed by western media. And they were determined to change that one tea at a time. Pakistan Travel … More Pakistan Travel

Nigeria Travel Blog

Nigeria travel blog. Dear Sir/Madam, This letter is not intended to to cause any embarrassment but just to contact your esteem self-following the knowledge of your high repute and trustworthiness.I am Michael Adefolake,the son of the late Nigerian Head of State who died on the 8th of April 1994.If you are conversant with world news,you … More Nigeria Travel Blog

Fête des Vignerons

Fête des Vignerons. The words “Switzerland” and “party” are rarely never associated together. So when I heard about a Swiss wine festival that happens once every 20 years, I had to check it out. Vevey is a small, mildly picturesque village, quietly nestled on the shores of Lake Geneva, overlooking the edge of the Alps. … More Fête des Vignerons