Where in the world inspires you or has left an impact on you?
“Mount Shasta in California was really my first experience outside of the city. I was born and raised in Miami and moved straight to New York City at 18 so I never really was around trees until this experience. Mount Shasta is this mythical place maybe like 3 hours above San Francisco. It's said to have been like one of the spiritual centers of the world and I really felt that when I was there, I started hugging trees! I always said when I was younger that I wanted to pave the whole world but now? Please, young me, wrong there!”
Do you have a favorite place, sight, or restaurant?
“There was a heart-shaped lake that was about a 3-hour hike that was very nice. I went with my partner at the time, it's very romantic.”
What is your #1 travel tip?
“Pack food! Sometimes you go somewhere, maybe it's a business trip, I was in Switzerland and the food there, no shots, it wasn't good. Sometimes you just want to eat instant noodles at home.”