“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.” – Mark Twain
Wednesday July 23rd 2014

Posts Tagged ‘Caribbean’

Cuba: Part 3 – Through My Own Eyes

Cuba: Part 3 – Through My Own Eyes

This is the third and final installment of my traveling to Cuba series. Come with me as I share my personal experiences in the capital city of Havana including the original Tropicana, 1950s convertibles, fine cigars and some of the most beautiful people you’ll find anywhere.

Cuba: Part 2 – Get There By Any Means Necessary

Cuba: Part 2 – Get There By Any Means Necessary

Make no mistake about it, getting to Cuba is difficult for Americans. This article will help you get through the tedious licensing procedures, the unnecessarily complicated flight purchase process and securing a place to stay. After that, all you'll need is your carry-on bag, documentation, a wad of cash, a good attitude/open mind and Cuba will ...[Read More]

Cuba: Part 1 – History and Why You Need to Go

Cuba: Part 1 – History and Why You Need to Go

This is the first of my three part series on traveling to Cuba. Part One of the series focuses on the history of the embargo, how the embargo is portrayed in the US and my opinions on why every American should visit the island. Unlike in the movies, there aren’t any well defined ‘good’ or ‘bad’ guys – no one is innocent in this 50 ...[Read More]

Cancun, Mexico

Cancun, Mexico

There are tons of watersport activities to do in Cancun. Throw in world class fishing/scuba diving in nearby Cozumel, Jungle/Cenote excursions near Playa del Carmen and the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza/Tulum and it's easy to see why Cancun is such a popular destination.