Travel Writing

Former Assistant Editor at Time Out São Paulo
Contributor at, Viator, TripAdvisor, EveryTrail, Travel by Handstand, and Total São Paulo
Former “Bogotá Translated” columnist for GO – Guía del Ocio
Don’t Sleep on São Paulo” at Gap Year Escape
Ecuador – Finding Middle Ground in the Orlando Sentinel
Going Native on Nerd’s Eye View
Keeping Warm in Bogotá on Ever the Nomad
8 Things White People Will Never Know About Travel on the Matador Network
Photo Essay – Taking Two Small Bags Around The World on the Matador Network
Avianca Trip Report on Airways Magazine Online

A Fly Brother Talks Travel on The Root
Chatting with the Fly Brother on Andy Hayes’ Plum Deluxe
Inside the Traveler’s Mind_ Ernest White II of Fly Brother on Travellious
Interview on
Traveler Spotlight on Jay Travels
Traveling While Black on I’m Black and I Travel

2 thoughts on “Travel Writing

  1. Hi, I wanted to contact you, but I can’t find an email anywhere.

    ” I was also denied a job at a language institute because, as it got back to me later from a friendly co-worker, the person in charge loved my résumé but didn’t like my picture. My phenotype also makes a difference in how I’m treated here, as when I don’t speak, I blend in with the general population.”

    I wanted to ask about the job discrimination you received. For most of the Columbian teaching jobs, were you recommended by a friend, co-worker, or another person who you had connections? I heard that is very difficult to secure a job in Latin America without some sort of connections or inside recommendation, is this true?

    Also, what about female working expats who have a phenotype similar to Naomi Campbell or Gabrielle Union? Would it be harder to secure a teaching job in these countries if I don’t have a lighter skin like Beyonce?

    I understand in the DR and maybe some other countries, it may be possible to bypass this if I dress on-point and have my hair straightened and styled, but is that true for the other countries you visited. Do educated working blacks look more ‘done up’?

    I was just curious, because I’m interested in working abroad as well.

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