The reasons for travel are too numerous to count, but travel for celebrations is at the top of the list. Have an important anniversary coming up? Did you or a loved one recently retire or get a big promotion? Did someone get married? In my humble opinion, the reasonable next steps are to have a celebratory meal or glass of wine and start planning a vacation to commemorate the occasion!
In honor of my trip to Africa this week, this Feature On post highlights the traditional art of weaving cloth. For those of you who are new here or who just aren’t familiar with Life’s Journey Travel’s Feature On series, posts in this collection are part of a roughly monthly series that delves into art forms in a different region or country around the world. This edition is all about textile art in Africa, and specifically that Ghana and Nigeria.
Packing for a trip is like many things in life -- the more practice you have, the easier it gets. If it’s been a little while since your last traipse about the globe, allow me to refresh your packing memory with these five packing tips for your world travels.
Let’s get one thing out of the way: Día de los Muertos is not “Mexican Halloween.” With that addressed, let’s get into what this cherished Latin holiday really is about.
Author: Debra Harris
As founder of Life’s Journey Travel, I’m deeply passionate about creating custom travel experiences that allow my clients to truly savor the journey.