Enjoyed listening to The Amateur Traveler podcast episode no. 170 about Cuba. Key points I took away: Stay with local families – check, we had planned to do that in […]
I saw a Clive James TV show ‘Postcard from Havana’ number of years ago and loved watching his joy of flamenco dancing (I think it was) plus the people he met. […]
Experience Cuban culture the most authentic way possible-through its people, their website says. Meet and engage with Cuban farmers, teachers, artists, veterans and more. Find out more about National Geographic […]
One of Havana’s best restaurants is La Guardia Lonely Planet review gives it a good wrap so to does SMH.com.au. Find out more about La Guardia’s restaurant (Source: http://www.laguarida.com/en/)
The chief reason to visit Cuba soon, I believe, is to marvel at the extraordinary beautiful buildings, to admire the estimated 60,000 American 1950s cars and experience a country that […]
The northern part of town is full of the scent of cocoa: Baracoa has Cuba’s only chocolate factory. But on further online investigation on Lonely Planet and elsewhere I’ve read […]
Enjoyed reading Carol Pucci’s blog of her Cuban holiday in 2011. Great title too.
A must read is the Cuban information of Tourism website. It includes extensive information on all regions of Cuba. Make sure you select ‘English’ when you first visit the website.
All points lead to…I mean all websites and forum posts seem to link to Cuba Junky. It is one website where I have been doing a lot of research on. […]