Category Archives: Cuba

Top 5 Things to Do in Havana Cuba

If you want to travel to Havana and get tips from a Cuba travel expert, you are in the right place! Before Beyoncé, Obama, or the Rolling Stones, I was traveling to Cuba. From my more than five years of adventures to Havana (La Habana) and around the once forbidden island, I can attest that…
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Post Adventure Refreshment – The Best Mojito Cocktail Recipe

Let's mix things up with adventure and a mojito! If you are really on an adventure, challenging yourself, and living close to the edge, you will run into roadblocks, hiccups, and certainly misadventures. I certainly have. Some of my favorite stories around the dinner table or a bonfire are these misadventures, for example, being stung…
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Ways You Can Travel to Cuba in 2017 – It Is Not Too Late

Damas y caballeros (ladies and gentlemen)… I know the announcement on Friday 6/16/17 by our President scared many. Well, it isn’t too late. You can still travel to Cuba in 2017. What changed with travel to Cuba? The major policy change is for independent travelers who prefer not to travel in groups or with the…
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When in Cuba, Save Water Drink Cuban Rum

When in Cuba, Save Water Drink Cuban Rum No this isn’t a rum commercial nor a t-shirt. I’m certain that you have gone to Mexico or have had a friend come back from Spring Break with one of those t-shirts that says, Save Water Drink Cerveza. Although they are great marketing for Mexican beers, they…
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My Favorite Places in Cuba – Wanna Travel to Cuba with Me?

If you are curious about travel to Cuba and want to know what you have been missing, you have come to the right place! In this post, I'll reveal my favorite places in Cuba not only with my description but also by the beautiful photography.  Enjoy this virtual tour of Cuba! It is a fascinating…
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Essential Cuba Travel Tips – Questions About Travel to Cuba Answered

Cuba Travel Tips and Questions about Travel to Cuba Answered With twenty+  thirty+ forty+ trips to Cuba under my belt over the last five  six years, I would consider myself a seasoned adventurer in Cuba. With the recent opening of commercial flights and the surge of cruises, many assume that Cuba is your typical Caribbean tourist…
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