I used to think it took months for the seasons to change. Turns out, all you need is a four-hour flight. Come along as I travel from #Hotlanta to a balmy Bogota on this installment of #saidCedrapresents... #WingInIt!
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¿Dónde en el mundo está Cedra ahora?
...Find out next, on the latest installment of
Salad. Yogurt. College life. They're possibly the top three things that come to mind when you think "Greek." Prepare to redefine your thinking! On this special *Birthday* edition of saidCedra presents... #WingInIt, I treat myself to a Grecian treat: two destinations in one! First up, the island of Mykonos, followed by the bustling city of Athens. Want to come? Just click 'Play!'
You''ll find the answer more than 5,500 miles from Chicago. See if you can figure out which country is home to the Island of the Winds by checking out these pics! #StayTuned. #saidCedrapresents... #WingInIt
What do buses, planes and camels all have in common?
Find out now!
Watch this episode of #saidCedra presents... #WingInIt: #Dubai
Hopped a 19-hour flight from Atlanta. Where in the world is #CedraSanDiego now?
Click through the snap shots and see if YOU can figure it out!
Wheels down 550 miles southeast of Miami... Where's @saidCedra now?
Check out this latest installment of #saidCedraPresents... #WingInIt!
Solve this riddle:
- IF A is for Abbey, B is for Big Ben and C is for Crumpets--
THEN where's Cedra now?
Pop culture taught us "When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, That's amore!" The real-time opportunity to indulge my ears while also indulging my tastebuds in this authentic Italian treat, can only be described as priceless. #NamMyohoRengeKyo
#saidCedrapresents... #WingInIt: #Rome #Italy
When you've got snapshots from Rome, your pictures are certainly worth more than a thousand words. Can't even put into words how amazing this authentic experience has been!
You know that old saying, "When in Rome, do as the Romans?" Ever wander what that really meant?
Here's the 4-1-1:
When visiting a foreign land, follow the customs of those who live in it. It can also mean that when you are in an unfamiliar situation, you should follow the lead of those who know the ropes.
Origin [courtesy: Phrases.org]:
St Augustine: Letters Volume I was translated from the Latin by Sister W. Parsons and published in 1951. Letter 54 to Januarius contains this original text, which date from circa 390AD:
Cum Romanum venio, ieiuno Sabbato; cum hic sum, non ieiuno: sic etiam tu, ad quam forte ecclesiam veneris, eius morem serva, si cuiquam non vis esse scandalum nec quemquam tibi.
which was translated as:
When I go to Rome, I fast on Saturday, but here [Milan] I do not. Do you also follow the custom of whatever church you attend, if you do not want to give or receive scandal.
It's always been a dream of mine to travel...whether upstate, across the country or around the world. Since I'm not rich, I had to find a way to make that dream a reality. After some strong determination and hard work, I earned myself a pair of *wings* and ticket around the world! Join me, as I take in as much as I can, as fast as I can with #saidCedrapresents #WINGinIt!
The #KentuckyDerby may take place at Churchill Downs, but the #BlackDerby thrives beyond the track. In this installment of @saidCedra presents… Louisvillians weigh in on how the #BlackDerbyExperience breathes life into black business, entertainment and plain ole’ fun. Without further adieu, @saidCedra presents…
Beyond the Track: The Black Derby Experience