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Wi-Fi & Cellular Data For those that can’t live without – Havana, Cuba

The biggest question everyone usually asks that lives in the 21st century when travelling to distant places “Can I get internet?”. Well for those that can’t live without it I have a solution for you when traveling to Cuba. Let me start by clarifying even though AT&T claims on their site that they don’t provide … Continue reading Wi-Fi & Cellular Data For those that can’t live without – Havana, Cuba

Global Entry & TSA PreCheck – Traveling Experience

I recently applied for Global entry right before my trip to Cuba and I must say I'm very pleased with the results. Traveling whether abroad or at home saves time and stress from waiting in those long security checkpoints. To properly conduct a test, I decided it would be best to have a race to … Continue reading Global Entry & TSA PreCheck – Traveling Experience

Olga the Successful Cuban Barbershop Owner

I meet Olga when I decided to get an authentic Cuban haircut and shave in Old Habana. Olga lives a lifestyle much different from the typical Cubans. She is a successful independent business owner that operates a barbershop that’s been around since the 1940’s. Her barbershop she tells me has been documented in several films … Continue reading Olga the Successful Cuban Barbershop Owner

Havana, Cuba – Traveler’s Guide

In this blog post I will be discussing things to do and places to go while you visit Havana, Cuba. There will be exert from things to see, nightlife, bars, attractions, museums etc. https://youtu.be/JtwkPLmCmHw Depending how you travel and see the sights Havana is possible to see it all by foot or car within 2-3 … Continue reading Havana, Cuba – Traveler’s Guide

Palma de Mallorca – Spain’s Hidden Beaches & Cycling Paradise

Recently I had the opportunity to visit Mallorca for 11 days to cycle the island and explore its full glory. Hands down my first impression is this a must visit for anyone planning on visiting the Europe Mediterranean coast. The island’s focus is hospitality and tourism. Mallorca tends to be busy for 6-8 months and … Continue reading Palma de Mallorca – Spain’s Hidden Beaches & Cycling Paradise

US Virgin Islands – America’s Caribbean Paradise

  One of the only places that you can visit with a US driver’s license without the need of a passport. The US Virgin Islands are made of 3 main islands St. Thomas, St. John, and St. Croix. During my stay, I made my home base St. Thomas Bluebeards Castle Resort. Bluebeards castle lies on … Continue reading US Virgin Islands – America’s Caribbean Paradise

Spirit – The Budget Airline Experience

On my recent trip to St. Thomas US Virgin Islands I decided to pull the plug and book my flight with Spirit Airlines ($SAVE) to see what the hype was about this low-cost airline. My first thoughts were pleasant. The cabin offers plenty of room throughout and decent leg room, even in the coach seating. … Continue reading Spirit – The Budget Airline Experience

The Story of Fernando our Taxi, Guide, and his 1963 Chevy

Throughout our trip we meet several Cubans, but by far Fernando’s story has stood out among us. Note he was also the only Cuban we meet that didn’t have a cousin, uncle, or whomever that worked at a Cohiba cigar factory trying to sell us cheaper cigars. Fernando was honest and never steered us wrong. … Continue reading The Story of Fernando our Taxi, Guide, and his 1963 Chevy