A First-Timer's Guide to Flying Coach On Emirates Airlines | Thirty30Courtney

A First-Timer's Guide to Flying Coach On Emirates Airlines | Thirty30Courtney

What's it like to fly coach on one of the world's best airlines? On the blog, I am breaking down my experience on Emirates Airlines. From food and entertainment to customer service, I've got all angles covered in this guide for first timers. 

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The Importance of Checking On Your Friend That Is Traveling Solo

The Importance of Checking On Your Friend That Is Traveling Solo

How often do you find yourself saying you admire that person you know that is known for traveling solo? How often do you check up on that person while they are traveling? Not as much? Don't feel bad. It's not too common but read my post highlighting the true importance of checking up on your friend that is traveling solo.

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21 Days Away: A 48-Hour Santorini, Greece Love Affair

21 Days Away: A 48-Hour Santorini, Greece Love Affair

If you had 48 hours in Santorini, Greece, what would you do?

Whether your answer is to relax on the beach, eat your heart's desire, or wander the streets of Fira, you are guaranteed to have a great time on this Greek island.

Read about how I handled my 48 hours in Santorini, Greece on the Thirty30Courtney blog now. 

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21 Days Away: Finding Peace in Essaouira, Morocco

21 Days Away: Finding Peace in Essaouira, Morocco

I am sure you have heard about Marrakech, Morocco but what about Essaouira? This gem located off of the Atlantic Coast in North Africa was the perfect escape from the crowded red city. Read about where I ate, stayed, and played in Essaouira on the blog now at thirty30courtney.com

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21 Days Away: My Love-Hate Relationship With Marrakech

21 Days Away: My Love-Hate Relationship With Marrakech

As a black female traveling solo in the country of Morocco, I certainly experienced high and low moments in Marrakech and today I am sharing them with you. I had high hopes of a fantastic time and in hindsight maybe I had placed too much hope into my first experience in Africa.  What I know is that this is my unfiltered truth and I own it.

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