I love all-inclusive since you don’t have to worry about the other budgets.. you pay one fee for your hotel reservation, and everything is included - food (from morning to midnight snack), drinks (including all alcoholic beverages), fitness instructors, all water activities & facilities!
We’re staying at the Hideaway of Royalton in the next four days. It’s a part of the bigger hotel (Royalton Punta Cana) but has exclusive facilities that are for adults-only which includes a separate reception lounge, swimming pool, bar, beach area and the access to Dorado restaurant where I had steak for lunch! Yum! We can also use the other facilities - waterpark and infinity pool, etc.! 🤩 We also have our butler the entire stay! Very blessed indeed! 🙏
A lot of us have been dreaming of traveling and working in the US one day for our own special reasons. It could be because you wanted to see their scenic landscapes and infrastructures, your admiration for their culture and ideals and health care benefits, their way of life in general, or your respect on the way they treat their workforce.
At the end of the day, it’s just you and your partner. So despite these realities, you just have to make things work for that person and not for anyone else. The struggles are there in ALL relationships whether mixed race or not, and you always have to think that this person is worth fighting for. And remember these wise words from Mignon McLaughlin: “In the arithmetic of love, one plus one equals everything, and two minus one equals nothing.” ❤
Is there anyone in a mixed race relationship who can relate with me here? Share your thoughts!
India for me is both rugged, rustic, and astonishing. Most of the streets are perceived to be chaotic but for me, that’s what makes the country interesting--- the noise coming from the cars and the voices of the vendors trying to sell their goods matched with the crisp scent of spices and capped off with such gorgeous architecture and backdrop.