A new episode of travel with Wendelle. in this one you may have to experience Haiti in a new way: 5 things that you can only do in Haiti.
Let me vent and scream my disagreements with those artists who perpetuate the dictatorship of the American visa, selling the dream that defines success by your ability to perform in a little bar in Brooklyn and thus far minimize the work of those who are able to fill a room at carrefour and make an entire youth dance.
I’m sharing a small list of activities that you can do in Miami in a day. A list that I concocted just for your happiness.
Today is your birthday. You just cut your hair off and you’re getting ready to leave Haiti for college.
Buenos Aires is far from what I was expecting. Not that I’m deceived. Far from that. I actually find myself being attracted by this unexpected side. I’m taking you in every step of this journey, so you’re with me for the good and the bad
The main reason of me moving to Argentina? My Spanish teacher. I’m serious. For the first time in my life I experienced what most of my interlocutors feel when I’m talking to them about Haiti.
I can’t explain what is this thing that I have for islands. But whatever it is, I feel grateful that it actually took me to Taiwan.
A few days ago I read an article about Haiti! It was pretty interesting since it actually gave to whoever was reading it 10 fun facts about Haiti that this person probably didn’t know. So I decided to make an English version of it so I can make all these informations available for everybody
I wander in the cold streets of Paris. It’s raining! I Look at my watch: It’s 6:30. The weather is refreshing. I’m discovering everything about this city. Paris is new to me.