If you are an avid traveler, you have to visit New York City at least once in your lifetime. New York City is the mecca of the modern world. Of course, visiting the tourist spots in Manhattan is always a must but visiting Queens, New York, one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in the world, is only for connoisseurs. I have been living ten years in New York City, and I will give you 3 reasons to visit Queens, New York, the neighborhood of the world!
Hi, there. I’m Adanna or AmethystAP, which I usually go by online. I’m so thrilled to be guest-writing today for Mohamad Al-Karbi. It’s a pleasure to share a bit about my corner of the world in Mohamad’s Around The World Series.
I live in the beautiful dual islands of Trinidad and Tobago. Yes, two islands but one nation. These dual-islands are a tiny dot on the map, but they can be found in the southern Caribbean, northeast of Venezuela and south of Grenda. Trinidad, where I reside, is the bigger and more populated island. Tobago is less developed but a popular tourist site with reefs and beautiful beaches.
Firstly, I want to reach out and thank Mohamad for allowing me this opportunity to be an “Around the World” guest author on his blog. This has been truly an honor.
There are several trailheads to Black Mountain Open Space Park.
The Ho Chi Minh Trail was one of my first experiences when moving to southern California. Let me tell you… locating it was quite a challenge. The beginning or “trailhead” is nestled among multi-million dollar homes.
Every state in America, has its own state gem, mineral, stone, rock, etc. or a combination of them, which are special to that state. http://www.netstate.com/states/tables/state_rocks_all.htm
The four mile climb up the 2,000 foot eastern Superstition Wilderness bajada and escarpment consumed the morning and much of the afternoon. It was the 80 pound backpack that did it. Ten days of supplies, tent, equipment and 3.5 gallons (28 pounds) of water; enough food for a trek across the Superstition Wilderness, water enough for two days. One day in, one day out if the water could not be replenished. Mine was a water commitment, enough water storage to allow two days to trekking to another source.
Thank you Mohamad for this fantastic experience of being a continued guest author on your blog. You have a wonderful following of beautiful people, whom I am grateful to be meeting along the way. Today I bring a favorite or rather a traditional food of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan in America.