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Mexico is so much more than tacos, sombreros and mariachi bands. Find out what we learned as we explored the Yucatan Peninsula and Ciudad de México.
Would you love to travel around Cuba? We are ‘repeat offenders’. Check out what we got up to this time and how much has changed since our last visit.
Jamaica is synonymous with reggae and beautiful nature but sadly also has a bad reputation. Find out what we learned, experiencing the island first hand.
Quito, second highest capital in the world, with volcanoes all around, and 2.5 million inhabitants, is truly an amazing city. With a historic centre, Quito has one of the largest, least-altered and best-preserved historic centres in the Americas.
Find out more about the history of Civil Rights Movement and how it is commemorated today around the deep south. And still more than 50 years later, gaps remain between blacks and whites.
Explore New Orleans and discover the best things to do and places to visit. There’s really no other place like it in the country or arguably in the world given its influences of Caribbean, French, Spanish, West African, and Native American cultures to name a few.
Neither of us had been to Canada before so we decided since we were so close, we would spend a few weeks visiting some key cities. Knowing that we had 16 nights in Canada, we decided to split them pretty evenly between Montreal, Quebec City and Toronto.
Baracoa – a city in Guantánamo Province near the eastern tip of Cuba. It was visited by Admiral Christopher Columbus on November 27, 1492. We visited it in 2012. A second time for me and it was just as good as the first.
Santiago de Cuba is the second largest city of Cuba and capital city of Santiago de Cuba Province in the south-eastern area of the island. Find out what experiences we had in 2012.
I could describe in detail all the amazing things that we did in our ten days in New York (and could do more of, if we had the money and time), but it will be better for me to describe the experiences and pro and cons of this part of the journey.
Trinidad is a tourist mecca, but our favourite spot is always on the 400-year-old steps of the Casa de la Musica. Find out where else you can dance there.
Explore Santa Clara and discover the best places to visit. Santa Clara is Cuba’s most revolutionary city – and not just because of its historical obsession with Argentine doctor turned guerrillero Che Guevara.
I had been to Cuba in 2009, but for Sandra, it was her first visit. I was keen to return to several cities / towns I had already seen, plus visit others in more depth. Strangely, Havana was one city that I needed to explore more.
Our first tourist experience in Argentina and our first article during our three-month dance tour.