What happens when you don't limit your options.
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Canadians be forewarned: You do NOT need a visa extension if you are in the country for under three months.
We love what traveling has done to us. How it’s shaped our lives and made us into the people we are today. Which is why it’s so irritating that it also makes us into people we don’t want to be.
We’re not museum type people. We rarely desire visiting sights that cost money. But sometimes we do.
If you think you’re getting off the beaten path by traveling independently in Cuba, you’re wrong.
I thought it counter-intuitive that racism exists in Cuba. But after learning more about the country’s history, it started making sense.
There is no denying it, consumerism has reached this socialist utopia.
Cuba is probably more expensive than you think.
It’s probably not quite as bad as you think (or have heard). Or, maybe it is.
Learn the difference between the two types of long distance buses in Cuba. And bring a sweater.
Not all casas particulares are created equal. These were our favourite, plus a bonus lesson on how to read street addresses in Cuba.
The romance that many books try to portray doesn’t exist. At least, for the most part.
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