Cuba is the most complex and challenging place we have traveled yet. It was also fascinating, deeply rewarding and, most importantly, possible.
This is a sample itinerary for a person-to-person educational visa circa April 2017.
Cuba was the most difficult place to travel I’ve visited yet. It was also fascinating, deeply rewarding and, most importantly, possible. Here’s how we made it happen.
Buying goods in Cuba can be tough, especially if you get outside of the tourist areas.
In what appears to be a closed down storefront in Viñales, there is an ephemeral ice cream shop.
The tobacco farms in Viñales Valley produce some of the best cigars in the world.
We flagged down an off-duty driver, who had a friend, who had a family member, who was able to give us a ride in the back of a tractor taxi past farms and jungle to the river.
This is all the clothing I brought with me to…
Just across the bay from Havana sits Regla, a fascinating town with a rich cultural history.