Machu Picchu

A place I dreamed about going to when I was a child and didn’t think it was ever possible for me to go.  I am not an outdoors person and have NEVER camped in my life however, I felt the journey to Machu Picchu required at least a journey that might help me be one... Continue Reading →

Puno, Lake Taticaca

Puno is the city gateway to get to Lake Titicaca and this lake borders both Peru and Bolivia.. I guess I spoiled the next stop for me. This is the place with floating islands that are self made and families will make these islands to live together but when there is a dispute, they can... Continue Reading →

CUBA 101

Stuff you need to know before arriving in CUBA - because it's a process itself! Streets of Trinidad Getting to Cuba I flew from Mexico and I managed to get a visa at the airport during check in with Interjet for $25 USD (cash only) and this is a piece of paper that you need... Continue Reading →

Trinidad

Trinidad THE PLACE THAT I HAVE BEEN WAITING TO VISIT. Streets of Trinidad This is the place which has been featured in MANY films as it still looks the same when it's been built with cobbled streets, colonial style buildings and it's lively atmosphere. BUT ... there was no salsa on the steps as Coronavirus... Continue Reading →

Vinales, Cienfueglos & Santa Clara

Havana isn't the only place to be in Cuba, it's worth visiting the surrounding areas to get the true experience of this country. Here are a few places that I visited: Vinales  The small town that was purpose built to cater to tourism and located about 2 hours from Havana. Although this shows crap, it’s... Continue Reading →

Havana

Havanaaaaa I hope you’re singing the Camillo Cabelo song with me as it’s tune that speaks volumes when you arrive. Streets of Havana Now, you can hire a classic Chevrolet or a 1950’s car as a taxi or they can charge per hour to take you wherever you want at $60 USD per hour.  You... Continue Reading →

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