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Here are five of our fave female travel vloggers of color sure to give you wanderlust.The travel industry mostly promotes influencers of the non-melinated variety (aka white people). But thankfully, YouTube has given people of color a platform to promote globetrotting reportage for us, and by us. GrrrlTraveler With a focus on solo female travel and food, Christine Kaaloa aims to inspire women of all ages to find their travel sweet spot. Kaaloa films and blogs around Asia and various other parts of the world, creating informative content like solo travel city guides and roundups of the best bets at each destination. ADVERTISEMENT Charly Cheer Plant-based foodie and vlogger Charly Cheer began documenting her life on the ‘tube while working as an English teacher in South Korea. Currently based in Hanoi, Vietnam, Cheer takes her viewers along on her adventures and sometimes does sit-down chats with guests on personal topics such as polyamory, bisexuality, and paganism. Ms.Blackoreanlady Tonya Bost is tall, Black, Korean, and has been living in South Korea for over five years. On her vlog, she shares the ups and downs of life as a biracial, six-foot-something woman living in Asia. Usually updated monthly, her fun content includes a taste test of Korean school lunches and “10 Apps You Need to Survive in Korea.” Mas Masa Silvia Salas-Sanchez’s main bread and butter is her sentimental channel Abuela’s Kitchen, where she makes memories and tries out recipes with her grandmother. On Mas Masa, Sanchez shares her travel adventures stateside and abroad from downtown L.A. all the way to Cuba, alongside old home movies of vacations from her childhood. Internationally Me New Zealand native Angela An currently calls Japan home and is a sucker for the countryside. Tune in as she takes you on a Japanese homestay experience, explores hidden Japanese alleyway bars, and gives the lowdown on starting her very own language school. By Niesha Davis This article originally appeared in the Winter 2020 print edition of BUST Magazine. Subscribe today! More from BUST Capable Is Our First Name: One Woman's Story Of Traveling Alone Safe Spaces On The Open Road: Why More Women Are Embracing #VanLife The Feminist Guide to Boulder, Colorado Tags: Vloggers , wanderlust , travel , YouTube , vlogging Read more: BUST Magazine
This woman conned investors out of $5.4 million and spent it on travel and expensive fashionIn 2018, Keisha Williams pleaded guilty to multiple criminal charges stemming from a $5.4 million scam in which federal officials found that she'd lied to dozens of investors about a business opportunity only to spend millions on luxury shopping sprees and first-class travel to exotic locales like Thailand and Tahiti. MakeIt 😖👎 MakeIt TMZ 247WallSt TheStreet MadMoneyOnCNBC SuzeOrmanShow Whoa! 😳 Williams built a network of more than 50 investors by promising to double their money through a business opportunity in the burgeoning market of telemedicine, which is expected to be worth $64 billion by 2025. MakeIt
Here's why you should make all of your 2020 travel plans nowThough it may seem like you have all the time in the world to figure that out and book your trips, there are several big benefits to making your travel plans sooner rather than later.
'Hazardous' travel ahead: Weekend winter storm to wallop Midwest and Northeast with snow and iceA winter storm will dump snow and ice across a wide swath of the northern U.S. on Friday and into the weekend, forecasters say, likely causing 'hazardous' travel.
I took a 9 month sabbatical from work to travel. Here's how I did it. - Business InsiderI took a 9 month sabbatical from work to travel. Here's how I did it — and 4 reasons I recommend it to everyone. (by sarahblinco) sarahblinco 1) don’t go right before the economy collapses or your money will be worthless abroad. Speaking from experience CooperDawson1 you’re part of this story too 😃🐶 tempisoro you may want to pass this onto someone I quoted 😉
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Why There Will Never Be a Female James Bond“He can be of any color, but he is male,” says Bond25 producer Barbara Broccoli Broccoli has a problem with diversity. Bond’s narrative has to evolve to remain relevant. Why? Laura Croft couldn't be bond? One of my favorite movie series.