Hay algo interesante sobre estar en tierras desiertas. Un sentimiento de tranquilidad y paz que no estamos acostumbrados. Por eso muchas personas llaman estas tierras su hogar, alejados del chaos y mas cerca de la naturaleza.
Escocia tierra de gigantes y leyendas.
Sus paisajes increíbles que te harán sentir como si estuvieras en un cuento de hadas.
En este país puedes tener las cuatro estaciones del año en un mismo día, además de paisajes expectaculares donde se han rodado una gran cantidad de películas famosas como Braveheart.
Ve y sumérgete en una experiencia que recordarás toda la vida.
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Travel is what you make it. @essieizspicy made it a part of her business and a way to break stereotypes for immigrants with a dream. “While my mother was pregnant with me, she kept traveling for work. That could be the reason why I actually find flying tranquil and soothing. I have a 10-month old niece and we want her to experience the joys, thrills and opportunities that traveling offers.
Travel for me opened many doors from education to therapy and ultimately starting a food business collecting flavors from around the globe and blending them with my native West African spices. One of the ingredients I use in my sauces is tamarind. Even though the tamarind plant originated from sub-Saharan Africa, the spice in our sauce is sourced from Thailand. Coming to Thailand helped me make the connection with the local food, which highlights the tamarind fruit. The trip to Thailand and my many other travels allow me to continually connect the dots showing the differences in cuisines but also how food unites us no matter where we are. Travel, therefore, can be a conduit for businesses across different borders, whether in food, tech, fashion or design. Whether you're looking for inspiration, sourcing ingredients or looking for raw materials, travel can be the spark you need to start your own business.
The future and landscape of travel are changing. When I moved to the US, it was difficult to explain to people where Ghana was located. But now, Ghana is one of the hottest travel destinations; everyone from Hollywood to Wall Street is in Ghana either for cultural exploration or business engagement. Last year, 2019, marked 400 years since the first slave ships landed on United States soil from West Africa and the Ghanaian government invited the entire black diaspora to return home and see Ghana as a land of opportunity; to visit, to invest and to make it home again.
Through my experiences as an immigrant moving to the US and establishing a food business, I aspire to break the stereotypes for immigrants wanting to dream beyond borders but especially to inspire my niece to be fearless in her pursuits and goals through travel; the world is her oyster. #blackhistorymonth"
It wasn’t just another trip to a tropical destination. It was a spontaneous and adventurous road trip to the West Coast of Norway 🇳🇴 This time instead of wearing a bikini I had a 6mm thick wetsuit, gloves, boots and a hood. We were riding the @radinnofficial electric surfboard in freezing temperatures on half frozen lakes, rivers and fjords somewhere in Norway. Honestly, this trip was the best birthday present I could have wished for. ❄️
It’s nuts to hear how much work it takes to rebuild a hotel made of igloos every year. A sunrise view like this definitely makes you appreciate all the work people put in, to make sleeping across from the Matterhorn possible!