Cuba, First Impressions: Old & New– Part I When I first got to Cuba I must admit I was a little apprehensive. It was the fear of the unknown. Being in my first Communist country; never being in a 2nd World country; being in a
Blacks Who Travel will have complete coverage of 2016 Cuba Trip starting Monday Dec 26th! Starting Monday December 26th you can read all about our 7 Days in Havana Cuba. Follow us as we travel to the Beach in Cuba, all around Havana as we
Bimini Part 2 – “When & Why to go!” If you read Bimini Part 1 – “Where to go!” then you already know that Bimini is part of the Bahamas. The Bahamas is a country full of Black People and that Bahamians are close culturally
Bimini Part 1 – “Where to go!” Bimini is part of the Bahamas which is a country full of Black People. Bahamians are a very close cultural cousin to the African-Americans of the United States. Which makes the Island of Bimini an excellent choice for
I received some really great news and its honestly the best news I have heard in years (travel wise). Boat Service has returned to Bimini. Bimini Undersea was first to announced that there will once again be ship service from the U.S. and Bimini, Bahamas.
10 Things to know before traveling to Cuba Cuba and the United States restored diplomatic relations on 20 July 2015. President Obama has called for the ending of the embargo, but U.S. law requires congressional approval to end the embargo. In 1960, Fidel Castro seized
I am getting ready for a trip to Cuba. In preparation I have been researching and preparing to go. I have contacted Travelers who have been to Cuba in efforts to learn from their experiences. Spoken with Guides who work in the Cuban market. Even
An All-White Party at Sea! I planned a trip on one of the new Mega Cruise Ships, the Norwegian Getaway. One of the reasons I chose the ship is it has some amazing features such as a Tropicana Dinner Theater along with an Ice Bar.
I booked a cruise 4 months ago. It was a Western Caribbean Cruise. It was billed as Honduras, Belize, Costa Maya and Cozumel. What I got was not what I expected. Be careful to read the port not the country. This is the lesson I
I have been on two different cruise lines, only to see basically the same thing. My concern is that it this must be a growing trend, and if so then it is one that I am not comfortable with. I am talking about the