I went to the A & C Plaza with a few cousins. Yes, we roll deep. We went to a dessert café and ran into one of my cousin’s acquaintances. Introductions were made and as the man was shaking my hand he reached with his other hand to touch my hair. Continue reading
My flight landed at about 7:30pm. Getting out of the airport was quick and easy. I changed 20 dollars into 70 AED, caught the shuttle to my hotel, checked in, dropped my bags off in my room, and caught a complimentary buffet dinner in the hotel restaurant. The dinner was pretty darn good and the dessert was even better. By about 10:00pm I was ready to hit the city.
I am currently suspended in the air somewhere halfway between Boston and Dubai. From the inside of my cabin I could swear it is nighttime, but it is actually broad daylight. So far, this has been my most enjoyable flight experience to date. This is my first time flying Emirates and if I can help it I will be flying emirates exclusively from now on.
Over the past several days I am sure many of you have noticed relief fundraising campaigns popping up on the sites of major internet institutions such as Google and Facebook. Continue reading
The most inviting interior designs maximize the use of timeless pieces. When exploring African and African-inspired home decor there is no lack of classic, timeless pieces. While browsing Etsy, I came across some wonderful pieces that would certainly add to the aesthetic of many homes.
Imagine finally making it through the security line. Now all that is left is for you to locate your designated gate. You approach the gate and you see that the plane is already boarding. With your ticket out and ready to be scanned, you pass through the threshold and onto the flimsy bridge. The floor of the bridge reverberates under your every footstep. Just as you enter the airplane and survey the mostly filled seats it dawns on you.