Traveling to Cuba awesome, but it’s work. It’s more backpackery and rugged than most Americans are used to. Think dirty cities (like, severed pigs heads sitting on the street corner), a decent amount of hustling for taxis (and pens…), diesel cars whose fumes fill the city air and can make long rides dizzying. Poverty. Dilapidated buildings … Read More
Feb. 3, 2017 on U.S. News Travel || Restrictions on U.S. travel to Cuba have been eased recently, meaning it’s a lot easier for Americans to visit the Caribbean country. But many people are under the impression that you can only visit by joining an organized tour. Not so – you can join an organized … Read More
In March I took a last minute trip to San Juan, Puerto Rico for 3 days (3 nights). Here’s what I did there: How I Got There JetBlue flight from JFK: so much legroom, plus with in-flight TV I got to watch March Madness on the plane. Where I Stayed Quality Inn El Portal: I … Read More
Published February 1, 2013 on 10Best.com || Find out what’s hot in the Dominican Republic’s Samana Peninsula. Read more… Click here to see more Samana photos!