Around the World in Review, Leg 16: Panama, Costa Rica, Cayman Islands, Cuba, Bahamas, Haiti, and Jamaica
"Want to buy some weed?" asked the man we passed on the sidewalk just outside our hotel in Montego Bay. Join us in Jamaica for the last stop on our around-the-world adventure.
After one year of travel and 58 postcards to Wanda, I believe I found my favorite. Leave it to Jamaica to produce a postcard that features every aspect of this fun-loving country, including the island's easy-going sense of humor. Just …
Haiti was a difficult stop for us. Despite seeing all that we had already seen on this trip, we were ill prepared for this.
Haiti is a beautiful country in a very bad situation, and they need lots more than just thoughts and prayers. An increase in tourism from some intrepid travelers would certainly be a start.
“Hey Mister! Can I pet that dog?” asked a kid fresh off the cruise ship, pointing to the old golden lab lying in the corner of the beach bar.
With spectacular sunsets and amazing seafood, a visit to the Bahamas is always worthwhile. Even if it's only for a few days.
Cuba had long been a destination high on our list of places to visit. When we found a way to stop in Havana for a week, we just couldn't pass up the opportunity. And, yes, there are classic cars everywhere!
One hundred hours underwater. Over four days. A step beyond novice and into the semi-pro ranks. And it happened on a site that had no name...
"How do you feel about going to a street party at 4 a.m.?"