Mexico open for tourism, Calz. De Guadalupe, Mexico City

Countries Open To US Travelers With The Least Restrictions

Are there any countries with relaxed entry requirements? Navigating travel during this pandemic can get a bit overwhelming. International exit and entry requirements are constantly changing. Many countries have recently reopened either fully or partially. However, not all are welcoming American tourists arriving from the US and, if they are, it’s not without restrictions. A… Continue Reading →

TEFL Scams Graphic-Curls Trip

TEFL Scams: 10 Red Flags You Should Look For

It’s sad that there are people out there who take advantage of others who are simply looking for an online teaching position. For this reason, it’s important to know the red flags associated with TEFL scams so you don’t fall victim to online predators pretending to be recruiters. These red flags can apply to any… Continue Reading →

People in parking lot of Palm Village Mall in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

Covid-free Tanzania? My Four Month Experience

Hey, y’all! I have been gone for a minute, I know. Time really flies. I had quite the experience in Tanzania. I left this past Friday. It was especially interesting to experience it for the first time during a pandemic. The Tanzanian government proclaimed the country to be Covid-free a while back. But is it… Continue Reading →

Tingatinga artwork, zebra

Tingatinga Art Cooperative in Dar Es Salaam

The famous Tingatinga Art Cooperative is located in the Oyster Bay area of Dar es Salaam. There, you will find artists painting and displaying their beautiful works of art. Some artists also offer painting lessons or photography sessions. I recently visited the Tingatinga Art Cooperative. I managed to get some video footage and photos before… Continue Reading →


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