Celebrity Travel: Go away with Jadah Marie
Actress and singer Jadah Marie will turn 16 years old later this spring, but she’s already got a loyal contingent of fans, due to her work with filmmaker and choreographer Kenny Ortega in “Descendants 3” and Netflix’s “Julie and the Phantoms.” The performer said she’s looking forward to being able to travel again when it’s safer. “My family and I planned a trip to Hawaii last summer and had to cancel due to COVID,” said the Los Angeles-based teen. “We were also supposed to fly into Canada to continue shooting (a project), but that also got canceled.” Fans may stay in touch with the actress via Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/thejadahmarie/) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100057676766157).
Q: This pandemic has made everyone think differently about how we spend our vacation time. What have you been up to?
A: Since the pandemic started, my family and I have taken a different approach to having fun. We’ve started taking outdoor walks at the park nearby, short trips to the beach and hiking. Lately, what I’ve learned through these times is that what you do with your time is what matters most. You don’t have to be super busy all the time, but as long as you are happy with what you’re doing, nothing else should matter as long as no one is being harmed. Spending time with those who show you the same love back matters the most.
Q: What is your favorite vacation destination?
A: I immediately fell in love with Vancouver’s cold weather and friendly people. I loved that you were able to be in a city and nature whenever you wanted. Travel by boat or plane to Vancouver Island, visit Victoria Island and many other great sites there.
Q: Where do you often visit?
A: I have family in Arizona, so we visit a few times a year, except for 2020. Another is Las Vegas. It is so close that we visit many times each year and definitely go on the roller coaster rides and zipline.
Q: What was the first trip you took?
A: Flying into Atlanta to shoot “Mann and Wife.” I was able to experience a plane for the first time in first class.
Q: What's the most important thing you've learned from your travels?