I put it out there to the universe that I wanted to use my time in Salvador to connect with some badass women... I might be on a break from Diversity Matters, but my quest to showcase diverse narratives continues - so meeting band members of Panteras Negras didn't disappoint! "The main challenge I face... Continue Reading →
A visit to the Escadaria Selarón came with a sing-a-long opportunity, and brought back nostalgic memories of my stay in Rio exactly 6yrs ago...
I love the concept of Rap Burguer - it's simple, it's clear it serves up exactly what it says on the sign above the door - Hamburgers + Rap culture in one place! I visited Rap Burguer last night on an invitation extended by Rebecca, a fellow fierce female traveller friend, to watch an open... Continue Reading →
Fridays are great for so many reasons - the start of the weekend and also an opportunity to #FlashbackFriday and share some amazing moments I might have missed out on sharing on this blog... Take this 'Another Travelmakerkai Experience' in Mombasa, Kenya for example. Let's flash back to January 2017, I happened to have... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/OZGBdNY6xJc Since opening its doors in a basement location in HapJeong 합정, Brown club aka Brown Soul / Seoul has continued to provide a service offering locals and visitors alike a haven for hip-hop, funk, soul and R’n’B in South Korea's capital. I had the opportunity to experience "Hip-Hop" culture in Seoul earlier this year... Discovering... Continue Reading →
https://vimeo.com/56745606 Hip-hop, R&B, Dancehall, and Funk in Seoul, South Korea. Get there: Hapjeong Station 합정역 (Line 2, 6), Exit 5 Check out blog posts coming next: "Brown Seoul: Hip-Hop culture in South Korea’s capital" interview with Brown part-owner and Hip-Hop dancer, DJ Locksoul "Seoul Nights: from Whiskey Sours at B28 to Hip-Hop at Brown" My weekend... Continue Reading →
London paid tribute to Brazil yesterday with a magnificent fiesta that captured the spirit the South American FIFA World Cup host country. From noon till 7pm, within the perimeters of 23,000 m² which later expanded out into the rest of the capital - Brazil came to London in Trafalgar Square! Nelson's Column loomed high guarding Trafalgar Square, whilst behind... Continue Reading →