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Passport Confessional | India 2016, Pt. 3

Happy Onam! https://www.instagram.com/p/BKF1fxFAj3L/?taken-by=homesliceisnice Onam festival kicked off between my time in Palakkad and Kochi, with the big feast of sadhya. Onam, is an annual harvest festival, and is one of Kerala's most important holidays. It's similar to Christmas to us Americanized Christians: There's the figure King Mahabali,...

Passport Confessional | India 2016, Pt. 2

Featured on The Extraordinary Negroes #SouthIndianSwag: Anyone can design I has been a privilege so far to visit homes in low-, middle-, and high-income families. At every level, I saw taste, sophistication, and a use of color that indicated intelligence, pride, and nuance. In my earlier trip...

Passport Confessional | India 2016, Pt. 1

Featured on The Extraordinary Negroes God's Own Country Kerala, India is known as God's Own Country. With it's backwaters and tea plantations it looked like, once again, nothing I'd ever seen before. It's also respectful to many religions including Jainism, Hinduism, Christianity, and Judaism. It has a...

Passport Confessional | Montréal 2016

This month, I attended the Canadian Grand Prix in Montréal, Quebec. This was by far the easiest trip abroad. Only a few hours away via Air Canada. This has to be the shortest international flight where I needed to fill out a customs card. And...

Passport Confessional | Australia 2014

If I'm going all the way to Australia, I'm going to see something I've never seen before. Japan was the plan. It's a very unique place. But after crunching a few numbers, I didn't quite have enough to go comfortably. But I did have enough to...

Passport Confessional | Brazil 2013, Part 2

Time to board the plane. My name wasn't coming up. At this point, I was fully prepared to have a full adult-sized temper tantrum if I was not getting on that plane. My name was never called...

Passport Confessional | Brazil 2013, Part 1

About 8 years ago, I was a very recent college grad. The only thing in my name was $24,000 in student loan debt, and I was living in the attic of a woman I hated. I could have really used bonding time with fellow recovering college grads....