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Vinales to Trinidad Cuba on a $720 Budget… It Can Be Done! By Donal O’Conghaile For the first time in many of our lifetimes, travel restrictions between the U.S. and Cuba are being lifted. It’s not as good as it was when Obama loosened everything, but Cuba is still a viable travel option for something different […]
Cuba 2012: Riding a Steam Train to a Sugar Estate and a Block Party By Dorothy Conlon I’ve ridden trains in Thailand, India and elsewhere. But nothing like the steam train I rode recently in the Valley of the Sugar Mills in Cuba. About halfway through our 10-day People to People tour of Cuba, we reach […]
To the Bat Cave! Exploring Trinidad’s Tamana Hill By MeiMei Thai GoNOMAD Staff Heading south for the Central Range in Trinidad, we drove along the left side of the winding road of twists and turns on a Tuesday morning in early November. The views seen from our windows were more of a natural setting with heaps […]
A Trinidad Hiking Adventure: Rough Terrain, Gentle People By Christine Ridout When friends ask me about my three-day Trinidad adventure hiking the rainforest, I come up with opposites: some of the roughest terrain I’ve ever hiked and some of the gentlest, warmest people I’ve met in a long time. Arriving in Trinidad at night, we […]
Car Glamping means creating a luxurious moving campground, with smaller accessories so you can use your SUV as an RV.
ETIAS was to improve the EU Members’ security within the Schengen Area by data capturing of the travelers who visit the Schengen Area without having a visa.