Welcome to MoRich Moments. Quick look back before we start fresh in 2019.
This year has been filled with challenges, opportunities and a new look at life. With the challenges came strength to look outside the box and jump on the opportunities that grace our paths. We have been blessed with two great companies that has opened many doorways and now we have decided we want to share our journey with you. Now through MoRich Moments we will do just that.
Looking back; here’s some photos of the great locations we have visited this year. More photos will be included on our gallery page as well as our Instagram #MoRichMoments.
Air boat riding in LOUISIANA
There's no better way to see gators than on an air boat. During this ride we were graced with these lovely animals. Our tour guide even gave a gator a kiss. That was one of our "oh hell no moments".
LaLaurie Mansion located at 1140 Royal St in NOLA is one of the crepies locations we visited this year. This mansion is famous for the torture and murder of a number of enslaved people owned by Marie Delphine Macarty who was known as Madame LaLaurie. We could not tour the property, but that did not stop us from visiting and taking a few quick pics.
Notre-Dame Basilica of Montréal
Now off to Canada. Here is one of the most beautiful churches we had an opportunity to visit this year. This church is located at the intersection of Notre-Dame Street West and Saint-Sulpice Street in the borough of Ville-Marie in Montréal. Just to see the details in this church is amazing. We spent hours here listening to the choir and being graced by its beauty.
Street Art In Montreal
Now off to the arts. We enjoy seeing artist at work and one of the best places to visit is Montreal Canada. Each year they have one of the best mural festivals that put them on the map for murals and graffiti. Look at the detail!
This glorious castle is located at 53639 Königswinter, Germany. We decided to visit this castle while on a business trip in the Hague. I was traveling with a co-worker that had never seen a castle. We had a two hour drive and an hour hike to get up to the castle. It was worth every moment.
These are a few of the locations we had the opportunity to visit and we're looking forward to sharing more. I just want to say if a trip comes your way, jump on it and see what the journey brings. #MoRichMoments
Thank you for VISITING!
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