My niece Shay is my special guest blogger, sharing her experience at "Get Up Stand Up Now: Generations of Black Creative Pioneers!" in her own words... With the help of her friend (a cartoon character I created), TravelmakingKai!
London is arguably the most popular tourist destination in the whole world, according to London's Economic Plan, attracting around 30 million visitors from other countries every year. As a born and bred Londoner, I'll admit, I don't view London in the same light as someone who's new to this city... I'm often excited to book a... Continue Reading →
In May 2017 I was selected for an amazing opportunity - to work in Venice, Italy during the Venice Biennale! Home for the duration of my stay was a surreal historic setting of an actual palace; Palazzo Pisani S. Marina. This article first published on Diversity Matters shares my experience... https://youtu.be/s3o0jf70aJE The Diaspora Pavilion run from May 13th... Continue Reading →
Earlier this year when I booked my trip to Palermo, the bustling capital of the Italian island Sicily, I opted for the cheapest deal which just happened to included 7-hour stop over in Verona. Would this be a value for money trip visiting two parts of a country on one flight ticket, or would I... Continue Reading →
So I took my own advice and found myself heading to Stanstead airport last Saturday to czech-in for a flight to the Czech Republic... And no, it wasn't to Prague this time.
Every year my best friend Kinho from Brazil flies to London for a work conference, then takes the opportunity to stay an extra few days with me in Soho. When it comes to recommending places to eat, I have to admit I'm not the most experimental (something I'm on a mission to change), I tend to... Continue Reading →
I'm taking a break from being Travelmaker Kai to establish some meaningful connections on my doorstep - right here in Soho! Let's do Lunch is a lifestyle blog and network of 'doers' up for connecting, sharing, establishing meaningful friendships... Food is usually the catalyst! As much as travel will always be a part of my... Continue Reading →
When Fabio Tedde tempted us; myself, filmmaker Fred Kuwornu and Stefania Omorodion to an adventure into Kings Cross after the successful launch of Diversity Matters Awareness Week last Monday - there was little to suggest we'd run into this amazing talent gracing the piano well after midnight... Thankfully I had my camera in my bag to capture Efe Ikeuseu... Continue Reading →
It's interesting that when I was introduced to Andy Ayo Akinwolere just a couple of weeks ago at the Children of the Gap exhibition launch, my initial star-struck coyness was soon put to bay when we shared our mutual love for travelling... So without further hesitation, I invited Andy to be part of a panel discussion I'm... Continue Reading →