Thank you for the support and we are back! Happy 2021!

Hello everyone,

I just want to apologize for taking a three-month-long break. These past three months have been really awful and rough. I lost someone really close to me to cancer. It was so rough, I got suck into a spiral of depression and lost my motivation to do anything. However, I bounced back. MY loved one wouldn’t want me to be sad. They would want me to keep moving forward. Thank you for the support since we stop posting. The blog still grew without posting. You all are awesome! We hope that 2021 will be a great year for you and the world! We still start posting once again. It will be once a week for now. Remember to keep your head up during dark times and keep pushing forward!


Much love!


Just want to say thank you and this metal might keep you healthy

This last month, everybody has been dealing with losses. From family members to having the freedom to travel for fun. The beginning of 2020 has been hard for all of us. The worry of losing a love one has been on our minds.


I have been impacted so hard. Almost to the point of just giving up on everything. Yet, all the positive comments and the heartwarming messages I got. These helped me so much from getting out of a dark place. I lost two family members this month. The worst part is, we couldn’t be there when they passed away. Nor, at the funeral until the lockdown is over. It’s still hard to believe.


So please everyone, look into this. For a health tip, any copper alloys like bronze or brass helps kill 90% of germs and viruses. Studies have shown that covid-19 can live up to 4 hours on copper. Opposed to other materials. Copper has healing properies that kills off germs. Here are some links.

Also, a video I made on copper.


To my great-aunt who was always filled with energy and with a smile. You beat cancer but you couldn’t beat this outbreak. I remember the times I used to visit you during summer. You lived in that same place in Brooklyn for over 50 years. It won’t be the same without you.


Please stay safe everyone!

Light during dark times

As the number of covid-19 cases continue to grow around the world, we just want to wish you and your love ones health. Also, the random person down the street. These are hard times. However, we will pull through. Always keep a bright outlook even if everything is falling apart because you have the privilege to live another day. A lot people don’t have that.


Currently, I’m in the epicenter of the USA right now. The hospital nearby my home has been filled with confirmed cases. The death toll has risen like crazy in Brooklyn. The hospital near me had to get 4 refrigerated trucks to fill them with dead bodies because their morgue is full. This is no joke and this is not something to be taken lightly.

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Let’s this be a wake up call to show you that people are all the same. Regardless of their political affiliation, race, gender, sexual orientation, religion or how much money someone makes. We are people first! United we stand divided we fall. From the small towns to the big cities, we will get through this together. If we were more honest to each, this virus probably wouldn’t grown into such a huge problem.


I have no fear because I know love always shine!

Much love and safe travels! Please keep clean everyone!! Wash your hands!!

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Happy New year everyone!!!

We want to give you a warm welcome to 2020! Truly hope that all your goals become a reality! Saw that some of you  have accomplished your goals and beyond! We are sending only positivity your way!  new-year-christmas-effect-happy-cover-16638

I have a lot of countries to go over with you all! Countries like China, Norway and Morocco.  I can not wait to share them with everyone of you! Keep on a lookout for our YouTube channel! New styles of content coming on that platform and on facebook! Also, for those coming to New York City we will have something special in store for you later down the year. Lastly,  more guidebooks coming your way with some extra content!


Remember this, one year can really change your life. Keep working on your goals and keep pushing closer towards your dreams! Life is truly amazing when you can learn to smile and have hope for a better future! Stay safe everyone and much love!! Also, shutout to Rochelle for becoming a doctor last year! Here is the link for her website! For an inside look of Jamaica from a local, definitely check her website out!  Wishing you all tons of health and success this year as well!



hey everyone! blog update and name change!

Hey everyone, we are changing our website’s name from the number 1 itinerary to Passport Overused. We will give you the same content and still wish to show you the world through our posts. Have an awesome Friday everyone! We our currently working on our new logo. Bare with us, until then.  Much love and thank you for all the support throughout the years!

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My last hours in Paris: reflections at the Louvre Museum

As my time in Paris was coming to an end, I wanted to make the most out of my time. Decided to eat at a Burger restaurant my local friends recommended. Had to take a picture of the menu, this is what the french think about Americans. Burgerz and french fries named after the current USA President. We truly have a bad reputation around the world.

Burger menu taken by Hugo Morel

Once my Burger was done and in my stomach, I left to go to the Louvre Museum. Took the short subway ride to the location. Wasn’t truly sure what to expect. I’m not really someone who likes going to museums.

Building with French flags taken by Hugo Morel

When I got out of the subway station, I was greeted with this awesome looking building. I just had to take a picture of it. Paris has so much beauty every where you go. Eventually, I entered the museum courtyard. Didn’t bother to pay the fee to go downstairs. I just wanted to relax and have some me time.

Outside view of Louvre Museum taken by Hugo Morel

Found a place to sit down and people watch. Yeah, I became an elder at heart. I love taking in the moment and seeing how people react to the museum’s pyramids.

The glass pyramids taken by Hugo Morel

I eventually got up to walk by the pyramids. These pyramids in Louvre Museum were made out of glass. They were made by a Chinese-American architect. It’s actually the entrance to the museum and a landmark to the city. It’s still hard to believe that I went to Egypt and saw the real pyramids. Until this day, it still shocks me.

The entrance to the Louvre Museum taken by Hugo Morel

Something about seeing people walking to the entrance reminded me of all my travels. Looking back at my experiences, life is such an adventure. You never really think your life is exicting or interesting, until you are forced to write about it. Where I come from, traveling to Europe is so out of reach. Looking back, you never really take account on how far you have came. I accomplished so much for some random ghetto kid from California.

Ps. I really recommend you all get a journal and write about your life experiences. You will be surprised at your achievements!

The suburbs of Paris taken by Hugo Morel

Finally my time was up. Off to the airport, I went. I’m going back home, as a person with more confidence. I can walk a little taller knowing I’m breaking barriers by traveling.

Reflecting on the beauty of Paris, I can see why people fall in love with this place. Unfortunately, my love affair with Paris was more like a fling. My time here was short. Still, I couldn’t wait for my next adventure and to start a new chapter.

Thank you for reading. Much love and safe travels!

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Entering the smallest country in the world

Vatican city, the home base of the Catholic Church. A country of about 1000 people and the place where the Pope lives. Do not let the name confuse you, it’s actually a country.

St. Peter’s square taken by Hugo Morel

Although, it’s not recognized by the United Nations as an actual country; Vatican city is self-governed. Besides speaking Italian, the Pope’s home is not apart of Italy nor Rome; even if it’s in the middle of Italy’s capital.

St. Peter’s square at sun rise taken by Hugo Morel

Entering this country feels more like an airport than immigration. You have to go through a metal detector. If someone acts up, they will have to deal with these guys.

The guards of Vatican City taken by Hugo Morel

To be honest, these guards I think are just for show. They aren’t really frightening nor to be taken seriously. Just look at those colors!

The entrance to Vatican City taken by Hugo Morel

Thank you for taking the time to read this post. Much love!! Have an awesome weekend and stay healthy! Next time we will be exploring more of Vatican city.

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