Over the past week I have been a featured writer for two travel websites, SFTravel.com and Need2KnowTravel.com. It was great to write about my exotic trip to Tunisia, Africa and also the city I now call home, San Francisco.
Here’s a sneak peek from my articles. Click read more to view the actual article.
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Tunisia is a small Arab country in the northern-most part of Africa. I arrived at this African country by way of boat. I was in the middle of my Mediterranean cities excursion, and I was a little apprehensive about traveling to this part of the world, as it was my first time in a Northern African city.
Upon leaving the boat, I stepped onto the dock and was immediately greeted by a man and his camel, a tourist attraction, no doubt. Soon, I met up with a group that was heading into the city to shop for kilims, which are exquisite tapestry-woven rugs, a staple of this region. READ MORE…
One of San Francisco’s most treasured and historic spots is the beautiful Ferry Building. The Ferry Building Marketplace, first opened in 1898, is conveniently located on one of San Francisco’s most picturesque boulevards, The Embarcadero. With gorgeous waterfront views of the San Francisco Bay, Treasure Island, Alcatraz, the Bay Bridge, the Golden Gate Bridge, and Yerba Buena Island, this is the perfect place to snap some frame-worthy photos.
As the terminal for ferries as well as the hub for public transit, MUNI and BART, and the home of the San Francisco Farmer’s Market, the Ferry Building is one of the best places to people watch in the city. READ MORE…
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