Meet The Monsooners of Tomorrow!

  This July we're heading back to Tomorrowland with at least 10 others who had to watch from afar last year. It'll be a bunch of reunions: Greece Yacht Week is ahead, seeing 8 returners in Mel, Paul, Sujay, Leslie, Jay, Yuhan, Christina, and Michelle The Hokkaido...

Nevis Say Never Again

 On our second day on the islands and from where we were staying (for free!) at the Park Hyatt, we enjoyed a breakfast at the Great House while facing the island of Nevis:  After breakfast, I walked to concierge (also located within the Great House) to...

Saint Kitts Your Worries Goodbye!

 It was never likely I'd let more than 3 months go by between monsoons (unless there's a pandemic). But as always, I'll let the universe decide whether I should travel or stay put.So when I got a notification 3 days ago that my Hyatt points was about to expire...

And We Manarola-long to Cinque Terre!

  What a great morning to wake up in Roma!     It's good to be back in Rome, even if it's for a little bit. Craving for some good cheap local food this time, Paul, Mihaela and I headed to the food court within the Termini train station for brunch....

Leptis Magna-facent!

  If a photo looks professionally taken, then that credit goes to Paul Woo or Francois DeAsis (check the @FJD in the bottom right corner)   For our last full day in Tripoli, our drive 2 hours east of Tripoli took us to Libya's crown jewel of Leptis Magna....

Sabratha-ised to Be Here?

  If a photo looks professionally taken, then that credit goes to Paul Woo or Francois DeAsis (check the @FJD in the bottom right corner)   On our third day in Libya and from Tripoli we had breakfast and took another tour around the old town for Corinna...

Keep Calm and Gharyan!

 If a photo looks professionally taken, then that credit goes to Paul Woo or Francois DeAsis (check the @FJD in the bottom right corner) From Jebel Nafusa we drove an hour to Gharyan, considered the centre of Libyan resistance against the Italian...

The Jebel Alliance Take the Nafusa Mountains

 If a photo looks professionally taken, then that credit goes to Paul Woo or Francois DeAsis (check the @FJD in the bottom right corner) For our second day in Libya, we woke up at 8am for free (and surprisingly hearty) breakfast on the rooftop of our...

Call The Tripoli-ce!

  If a photo looks professionally taken, then that credit goes to Paul Woo or Francois DeAsis (check the @FJD in the bottom right corner)   It started normally just like any other monsoon: Get to JFK Terminal 1 early to check out all the lounges I can have...

The Tourist Visa & E-Visa For Libya for USA Passports

 One month we're going somewhere straightforward, the other...emerging tourism in more off-the-beaten-path destinations like Libya. So what does it take to be one of the first Westerners to be issued visas as visitors and tourists?We first submitted copies of our...
Meet The Monsooners of Tomorrow!

Meet The Monsooners of Tomorrow!

  This July we're heading back to Tomorrowland with at least 10 others who had to watch from afar last year. It'll be a bunch of reunions: Greece Yacht Week is ahead, seeing 8 returners in Mel, Paul, Sujay, Leslie, Jay, Yuhan, Christina, and Michelle The Hokkaido...

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Leptis Magna-facent!

Leptis Magna-facent!

  If a photo looks professionally taken, then that credit goes to Paul Woo or Francois DeAsis (check the @FJD in the bottom right corner)   For our last full day in Tripoli, our drive 2 hours east of Tripoli took us to Libya's crown jewel of Leptis Magna....

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