Welcome to The BodyHoliday! “Who are you traveling with?” “Myself,” I reply assertively, though the customs officer’s confused expression makes me falter slightly.
Most of humanity goes through life never realizing that there is a true magic that lies within the fabric of all that is.
A sample eclair crafted by Chef Johnny Iuzzini to demonstrate his methods By Jessica Festa There’s so much more to Mexico City than guacamole.
Old Delhi at night By Jessie on a Journey This post is based on a tour I took with my friend and fellow blogger, Wandering Earl, who runs an awesome trip to India via his company Wandering Earl Tours.
by Victoria Sagardía Let’s face it: many jaws dropped after the 2016 election. And if you are at all aware of the vast community of immigrants in the United States and of the realities of the immigrant experience, you will know at least one of the reasons why.
by Cat Trudell For the first time in over 50 years, commercial flights from the U.S. to Havana are taking off.
by Jessica Weber It comes as no surprise that the presidential election has left many feeling a wide range of emotions, many of them negative.
Humanity Unified International We have to admit we’re a little biased, our co-founders’ non-profit, Humanity Unified International is first on our list.
By Priscilla Liguori Since Donald Trump became the president-elect, millions have been apprehensive about the uncertain future of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), making the work of immigration lawyers like Emily Amara Gordon more important than ever.
By Chantal Lozano Since the election, I’ve read many headlines about the surge in appointments for IUDs and donations to Planned Parenthood under Mike Pence’s name.
By Alaina Leary Growing up, I didn’t travel often. My mom was physically disabled and visually impaired, which made it impossible for her drive and difficult for us to even think about leaving the country.
Each time I look at this photo it makes me smile knowing that the journey to get to that very moment in Rwanda took 10 years.
by Natalie Yera It’s now suspected that there are more tigers living in private homes and backyards than in the wild.
By Shane Athridge In the firmament of European travel destinations, there are a few stars that burn brighter than all the others: Paris, Rome, London.
by Chantal Lozano Would you pay someone to cuddle? It may seem bizarre, but people would and people have.
By Maureen Kellett In September 2015, the photo of a drowned Syrian boy on a Turkish beach went viral around the world and put the Syrian refugee crisis in the international spotlight.
by Cat Trudell I set out to create four salads, from four countries, in four different parts of the world.
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Photo of Lydia Edwards, Sandra Alleman-Niijar, and Pastor Britta Meiers Carlson at the East Boston Community Soup Kitchen by Casey Walker by Casey Walker East Boston has always been a diverse neighborhood populated by immigrants, and the area maintains the highest concentration of foreign-born residents in the city of Boston.
By Priscilla Liguori While worrying about accessibility can be daunting, there are many ways to make traveling possible and enjoyable for people with disabilities.