How to date, mate and relate. Mixing race, culture and creed.
Women with Afro-textured hair have specific hair care needs when traveling abroad. Take a look at how Oneika Raymond cares for her hair as she travels the world.
The beauty of seeing the world is that, as a consequence, I continually have contact with people who are diametrically opposed to myself; people whose race, colour, and creed make them different to me in every way possible. These foreign environments lead me to interact with people, male and female, that I ordinarily would not have come to know had I stayed in my bubble back in my hometown. I roll in different social circles when I’m abroad, circles that cut across race, class, and economic status lines.
I’ve had to deal with a lot of “noise” from people in my life who have something to say about my travel lifestyle.
Tips from the BB&W resident traveling guru
I get a lot of people asking me how I manage to do it; no, I’m not rich, and yes, I fund my own travel. So how do I do it? The answer is multi-faceted, but REALLY SIMPLE: I have made travel a lifestyle and create opportunities to see the world using my abilities and resources.
Meet Oneika, the official BB&W travel guru.