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Saturn Cave, Cuba

I’v always been a fan of the natural world. From the simple harmony to the brash vastness, I consider it my place of worship. It is indifferent to me. I appreciate its honesty. Found near Varadero, Saturn […]...
by thetrentwilkie on Jan 13, 2016

Saturn Cave, Cuba

I’v always been a fan of the natural world. From the simple harmony to the brash vastness, I consider it my place of worship. It is indifferent to me. I appreciate its honesty. Found near Varadero, Saturn […]...
by thetrentwilkie on Jan 13, 2016

Centro Historico de Havana

A couple of weeks back, we were in Cuba for circa 10 days. We spent circa 5 days in Havana, one day in Vinales and the remaining days in Cayo Santa Maria – one of the most beautiful beaches I have been to. Below some photos I took in the view p...
by Karate and Caviar on Oct 31, 2015

Tourists want to go to Cuba before the arrival of the US

The Happy Nomad In the weeks following the historical announcement of the resumption of diplomatic relations between Washington and Havana, New York tour operators reported increases of 57% in reservations to Cuba. In February the increase reached 1...
by The Happy Nomad on May 7, 2015

Photos from Cuba.

Around Havana, Cuba….     The post Photos from Cuba. appeared first on You are going where?.
by You are going where? on May 1, 2015

Why you should travel to Cuba before it looks like everywhere else

Havana, Cuba (CNN)Cuba is not like other places, or rather, not like anywhere that exists today. To some outsiders, it looks firmly stuck in the 1950s. Vintage cars roam the streets, the landscape is absent […]...
by Spaced Out Magazine on Apr 16, 2015

Reflections of 2014, A (re)Productive Year

2014 was our 2nd full year of Early Retirement and International Intrigue We began the year by slipping into Cuba, experiencing a country lost in time.  And none too soon.  Based on recent statements by President Obama, the Cold War … Continu...
by Go Curry Cracker! on Jan 6, 2015

Reading Cuba: Books for the Armchair Traveler

It’s less than one hundred miles from the United States but ever since John F. Kennedy blocked travel to Cuba in 1963, for most Americans Cuba might as well be on Mars. Some determined travelers have skirted the travel block by flying from in from...
by Perceptive Travel Blog on Dec 22, 2014

Competition: win a trip to Cuba worth €5,000!

Having just got back from Cuba we can safely say the land of rum, salsa and endless sunshine is one of the most exciting travel destinations in the world. It lived up every expectation, especially its capital Havana - a place known for its crumbling...
by Globalgrasshopper on Apr 2, 2014

Travel: Cuba- An Island of Luxury

  Foter / CC BY-SA Cuba is located in the Spanish Caribbean, which means beautiful coastlines, stunning views and a melting pot of fascinating cultures. This destination has a distinctive history and food, incorporating influences from Spain, Af...
by Jetsetera on Mar 4, 2014

Travel Guest Post: Cuba- An Island of Luxury

  Foter / CC BY-SA Cuba is located in the Spanish Caribbean, which means beautiful coastlines, stunning views and a melting pot of fascinating cultures. This destination has a distinctive history and food, incorporating influences from Spain, Af...
by Jetsetera on Mar 4, 2014

Viñales, Cuba

Nestled in the mountains of western Cuba, amongst the soaring cliff faces and tobacco fields, is the bucolic valley hamlet of Viñales.  With the exception of the tourists, life is much the same as it has always been, with men … Continue readi...
by Go Curry Cracker! on Feb 21, 2014

The Cost of Traveling the World (January 2014)

January was a month in motion.  We left San Miguel de Allende, Mexico for Mexico City, flew to Cuba and traversed the island, and then finally returned to Mexico City. A lack of internet this month caused a surge in … Continue reading →...
by Go Curry Cracker! on Feb 20, 2014

Trinidad, Cuba

500 years ago during the Spanish colonization of Cuba, flush with the wealth of the sugar trade, the town of Trinidad was formed along the southern Caribbean coast. The anniversary party was just getting ramped up as we rolled into … Continue r...
by Go Curry Cracker! on Feb 17, 2014

Havana, Cuba

Greenery stretches as far as the eye can see in all directions toward the striking blue of the Caribbean as we descend towards the runway below.  Small stone and wire fences cross the landscape until they reach the few narrow … Continue readin...
by Go Curry Cracker! on Feb 8, 2014

There’s nowhere quite like Cuba

Cuba really does live up to cliches (in the best possible way), it's full to bursting with life, music and passion and it's without a doubt one of the most unique destinations I’ve ever had the pleasure to visit. I spent four days in Havana but get...
by Globalgrasshopper on May 20, 2013

Destination country not save to visit

Destination country not save to visit is a post from: New Hotel Destination country not save to visit is a post from: New Hotel Destination country not save to visit – Hi newhotelus friends, check whether you will take a trip to some of these c...
by hotel travel on Apr 20, 2013

Cigars and mojitos: four days in Havana

We’ve all seen pictures of Fidel puffing on his Cohiba Esplendido, we know students who put posters of Ernesto “Che” Guevara on their walls, and we’ve probably enjoyed too many mojitos on a night out....
by Globalgrasshopper on Apr 8, 2013

Llegó a #Cuba asistencia de ONU para afectados por Sandy

Alimentos, artículos de higiene, cocina y uso escolar, lonas impermeables, tanques para agua y pastillas potabilizadoras forman parte del cargamento recibido en el aeropuerto internacional Antonio Maceo por la Coordinadora Residente del Sistema de l...
by Cubamas on Nov 9, 2012

And one way in which Cuba is (and shouldn’t) be ahead of the United States

By Alex on two shores If there’s an irony to be found in the new measures to liberalize travel Cuba just announced, is that as of January 14, 2013, a Cuban citizen will be able to travel to the United States without asking permission of its governm...
by Cubamas on Oct 22, 2012


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