A suggested itinerary for three weeks in Cuba for backpackers and independent travellers focussing on west and central Cuba travelling on public transport.
Part 2 in a series featuring must-see forts and castles around the globe, with some of the most impressive fortifications we have visited on our travels.
Seven years of longterm travel. Today marks the date when, seven years ago, we left the UK and began our nomadic life. These are some of our highlights.
The Characteristics of an Auto Rickshaw: Slow and sometimes uncomfortable, the auto rickshaw is as synonymous with Asia as rice paddies and noodle soup.
Casa particulares reviews for Cuba. Information and contact details for the casa particulares we stayed in during our travels in Cuba.
Cycle rickshaws: An Asian institution. Developed in the 1880s they are still a common sight in many Asian countries; cyclo rickshaws are an icon in Asia.
A photo essay of doors and doorways from around the world. We like to photograph doors – they can be full of character and don’t move out of shot.
What to expect when staying in a Casa Particular in Cuba: the Cuban equivalent of homestays are casa particulares: private family homes with rooms to rent.
2014 in Photographs: twenty-six countries across three continents, it’s going down as the year that we packed in the most travel destinations.
Which Cuban icons come to mind at the mention of Cuba? A photo essay of images from our recent journey through the country that to us say “this is Cuba”
Is it possible to visit Varadero beach on a budget? We visited Cuba’s most popular beach resort, set on the beautiful Caribbean ocean, to find out.
Street food in Cuba – Eight things we ate for less than 25 cents on our search for cheap eats during our trip to Cuba. Budget meals are possible in Cuba.