Fabrica de Arte Cubano is one of the coolest things to do in Cuba's capital city of Havana. It's a trendy bar, art gallery, event arena and happening dance club all rolled into one.
It's easy to understand the draw to Havana — with vintage cars, kitschy galleries, countless photograph opportunities and an up-and-coming Cuban food scene.
We sailed aboard an authentic America's Cup regatta yacht as a crew member, competing in a light-hearted race where the only reward was bragging rights, and possibly a little extra rum punch.
Havana is a blend of the old and new, where vintage cars seamlessly mix with kitschy galleries and cool things to do in Cuba's capital are never-ending.
Americans can travel to Cuba, you just need to know how. With a little guidance being able to drink mojitos, learn to salsa and explore the streets of Havana is within reach.
Our speedboat glided through the translucent aquamarine waters of the Exuma Islands. Bordering the endless shades of blue were the powder-white sand beachfronts of the crescent-shaped shallow islands.
Vintage Cars, Cigars, and Colorful architecture is what comes to the mind of most people when they think about Cuba. But there is so much more. I have been interested in visiting Cuba for several years now — and as US Cuba relations improve, I can just imagine the growth and development that will occur once things are totally normalized.
With the endless food selections, colorful cocktails flowing and the luxury of locking up your wallet for a week, what's not to love about an all-inclusive resort? It is a perfect travel vacay for someone that doesn't want to overthink lengthy itineraries, worry about booking reservations or whipping out a credit card for every little thing.
We were in Grand Cayman patiently waiting in line for our Swimming with Stingray, Hell & Turtle Farm excursion to begin when "The Coconut Man" wheeled in his shopping cart [...]
The actual goal on my Bucket List is to "Watch Turtles Hatch & Run for the Ocean" and this was kind of close...sort of...ok, not really. But, it was really [...]