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Cancelling and Postponing Travel Plans Due to COVID-19


If you are anything like me you had a ton of travel plans for March, April and even in May that have to be either cancelled or postponed because of COVID-19. As a frequent traveler this is probably my biggest nightmare, but we all have to do our part to slow the spread of this global pandemic. Below I will share a bit about my experiences of cancelling and postponing plans during this unprecedented time and then I’m going to offer a few tips on how you can cancel and postpone your plans for upcoming travel!

Jessica Nabongo Walking from an airplane in Serengeti, Tanzania

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March 25, 2020


Top Ten African Countries For Novice Travellers


One of my many goals in 2020 is to encourage people to travel to the African continent. There are 54 countries, choose one! Of the world’s seven continents Africa is by far my favorite. I don’t think I’m biased, as…

Jessica on a boat in Lac Rose in Seegal

February 17, 2020


The Plight of the Pangolin


Last week while traveling in Gabon, we sat down for lunch. I ordered veggies and rice and Sal ordered chicken. Once our dishes were served another dish was brought to the table. Neither of us knew what it was, but…

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June 10, 2019


Google Pixel 3 – Empowering the Journey


When I landed in Bujumbura, Burundi, I headed straight to the market to buy fabric.   This post is sponsored by Google and all images were shot on the Google Pixel 3XL About a month ago, I joined #teampixel and…

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January 13, 2019


The Ultimate Travel Holiday Gift Guide


As you can imagine, with all the traveling that I do, I have some staples that I do not leave home without and I am sharing these with you today! I hope you love them. Be sure to tell me…

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December 11, 2018


My Journey to Every Country in the World


There are two groups of people in the travel space, those who count countries and those who do not. I am in the former group. And I recently completed a journey to visit every country in the world, so I…

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March 28, 2018


My 10 Favorite “Shithole Countries”


If you have not heard by now, the president of the United States of America, while in a meeting discussing a bipartisan immigration deal inside of the White House, made the following remarks, “Why do we want all these people…

Nungwi Beach Zanzibar

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January 25, 2018


My Life is Not a Vacation, It Just Looks Like It


A few weeks ago, I asked my sister to do something for me. It was a favor that I had previously requested, but now was urgently demanding. She is a single mother with two very rambunctious young boys that are…

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May 25, 2017


7 Reasons Adulting is the Worst!


I just turned 33. I am not sure how that happened because I still feel like I’m in my mid 20s, and I would like to think my face also looks like it is still in its mid-20s. While I…

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May 19, 2017


In Seminyak? Dash to Dash Hotel


On what was to be a two and a half week trip in Bali, I had not put together a schedule prior to my arrival to this mystical island. My days and movements were dictated by suggestions of friends and…

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March 14, 2017


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Jessica Nabongo Walking from an airplane in Serengeti, Tanzania

Cancelling and Postponing Travel Plans Due to COVID-19

If you are anything like me you had a ton of travel plans for March, April and even in May that have to be either cancelled or postponed because of COVID-19. As a frequent traveler this is probably my biggest nightmare, but we all have to do our part to slow the spread of this global pandemic. Below I will share a bit about my experiences of cancelling and postponing plans during this unprecedented time and then I’m going to offer a few tips on how you can cancel and postpone your plans for upcoming travel!

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Pangolin

The Plight of the Pangolin

Last week while traveling in Gabon, we sat down for lunch. I ordered veggies and rice and Sal ordered chicken. Once our dishes were served another dish was brought to the table. Neither of us knew what it was, but

Read More »
googlepixel1

Google Pixel 3 – Empowering the Journey

When I landed in Bujumbura, Burundi, I headed straight to the market to buy fabric.   This post is sponsored by Google and all images were shot on the Google Pixel 3XL About a month ago, I joined #teampixel and

Read More »
#catchmeinkenya

My Journey to Every Country in the World

There are two groups of people in the travel space, those who count countries and those who do not. I am in the former group. And I recently completed a journey to visit every country in the world, so I

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