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September 8, 2016

[slideshow_deploy id=’709692′] Bored with hotels? Thanks to the Web, you can now rent a night’s stay aboard a private yacht. Cruising is optional. Today’s traveler is all about the experience, and many are looking for something beyond the old familiar hotel stay. If that̵.../ ➝

March 12, 2012

[portfolio_slideshow] All images by Greg Gross and property of I’m Black and I Travel unless otherwise indicated. The opening of a State Department passport office is one more sign that the city is emerging from the shadow of Los Angeles. As a travel blogger bent on getting more black American.../ ➝

December 23, 2011

Last in a series [portfolio_slideshow] All images by Greg Gross and property of I’m Black and I Travel unless otherwise identified. All rights reserved. China can be enthralling, infuriating, fascinating, confounding, intimidating and enchanting. One visit in a lifetime may be enough for you &mdas.../ ➝

October 9, 2011

A roundup of the good, the bad and the bizarre from the world’s best travel media.​ TWO MINUTES TO LIVE Could a hundred and twenty seconds worth of forethought save your life in an airline emergency? British Airways thinks so, and they’ve got a class for their corporate passengers to t.../ ➝

May 1, 2011

In more ways than one, this is going to be one MOTHER of a week. Let’s get The BIG One out of the way first, shall we: Today is the first day of international travel in the post-bin Laden era. You already know the story. Osama bin Laden, the spoiled Saudi rich boy who became […].../ ➝

April 20, 2011

First of an occasional series My thing is seeing the world, but when you live in one of the world’s more desired tourist destinations, sometimes you just have to acknowledge the obvious. So every so often, I’ll be showing why people love coming to San Diego. To celebrate the return of Br.../ ➝