Cuba is a land shrouded in mystery and only when you set foot on Cuban soil can you begin to understand why people like Hemingway were drawn to it. It is a neighbor to America yet most people don’t really understand the complexity of Cuban-American relations. Of all the trips I’ve taken in my 34 years on this planet, this was without a doubt the best for so many reasons. Read on!
Mele kalikimaka is the thing to say…on a Hawaiian Christmas day! Among other things.
Say what you will, but escaping winter gloom to Hawaiian sunshine in December simply cannot be beat.
Take everything you think you know about the Mexican capital and toss most of it away. Because unless you’ve actually been to Ciudad de Mexico, you don’t know jack about it. This is one of the world’s most vibrant and active (not to mention overcrowded) cities…and it’s waiting to show you its treasure trove of history, museums, food, and culture.
Vancouver is a clean, stunning metropolis of glass towers and blue skies. Surrounded by crystal clear water and protected by mountains, the capital of British Columbia is a destination worthy of any traveler. It has the best seafood of any North American city, a diverse population, and plenty of outdoors and culture for all.
Nashville, Tennessee is known as Music City, USA, and for good reason. With many live music venues, the home of country music is more than just country. There’s all sorts of music and now a burgeoning food and drink scene to match the level of sophistication that this Southern capital has always held.