🌎 5 Years of Airbnbs with @gtmcknight: Whoa.Fm
✈️ I curate experiences for teams: Workcation.Club. 📍Currently: New Orleans
A few weeks back, @gtmcknight,@sapochat and I walk into a bar in downtown Savannah. The bar, Abe's on Lincoln, has tattered napkins of Abe Lincoln taped to the walls and ceiling. The patrons of this fine establishment are welcome to draw & place their masterpieces whenever they please. Well, our drawing started out with just Abe's hat, then his face, then the Emancipation Proclamation, then suddenly he's riding a dinosaur and is currently the largest napkin art hanging in Savannah.
Hi! I thought you might like to know that my friends over at @wejourney are giving away 10 free trips to Colombia to build homes for families in need. Not only would you help a family move out of slum conditions, but you'll explore Cartagena, spend 3 days on the beach, enjoy shared meals with 50 new friends, and dive into local culture.
You'll receive a free trip to Colombia if you get 10 friends to give the price of a coffee a day for 3 months, that adds up to $3,000, which is enough to build one home. You'll get to go and actually be part of that home being built.
All the details are right here: http://wejourney.co/fundraising
People like you have already funded over 100 houses like this. It’s simple and the trips are often talked about as being the most transformational moments in people’s lives.
Comment below or tag a friend who might be interested and I'll happily follow up on any questions you might have. #TravelWithPurpose
Swooning for Savannah 💕
Cactus heaven. Latest blog post about my trip to Saint Laurent's famous Majorelle Garden in Marrakech can be find in the bio.
Unknowingly, @gtmcknight snapped this photo of me and my little Moroccan friend. As our guide pulled over at an overlook of the Atlas Mountains, she was standing on the side of the road - her family was working in the valley below. I remembered I had markers and paper in my backpack. It's something Taylor and I usually travel with and give away to children we meet. The moment I saw her, the moment I knew I had to give it to her. Even though we didn't speak the same language, we connected with a smile. 💙
A stark contrast from my last post. This room from Marrakech's Bahia Palace is located on just the other side of a wall from the alleyway in my last post.