3 Ways Going To Cuba Will Reaffirm Your Faith In Humanity

3 Ways Going To Cuba Will Reaffirm Your Faith In Humanity

In what is likely a breach of Australian guidelines for advertising and marketing towards children, Facebook denied and then apologized for revelations about its marketing plans to sell advertising to vulnerable youths who “need a confidence boost.” The Australian obtained internal documents from the social media giant which reportedly show how Facebook can exploit the … Read more

3 Reasons Why Cruising To Cuba Is The Best Way To Experience The Island Nation

3 Reasons Why Cruising To Cuba Is The Best Way To Experience The Island Nation

Cruising to Cuba has gotten a lot more interesting since the first U.S.-based cruise companies added Cuba to their itineraries last year. Cuba’s isolation from the U.S. tourist market and relatively modest port infrastructure offer advantages for people wanting to experience Cuba aboard a ship but without the mass tourism aspect of cruising that characterizes … Read more

Here’s A Cuban Jazz Tour For Jazz Lovers

Here’s A Cuban Jazz Tour For Jazz Lovers

Guitarist Pablo Menendez’s funky Yoruba, Afro-Cuban, salsa, bebop fusion septet Mezcla (“mixture”) is as much about Cuba’s musical past as it is the future. Let’s Do Cuba‘s Intimate Cuban Jazz Weekend offers deep immersion into the Cuban Latin/fusion jazz scene through Mezcla and renowned artist, Pablo Menendez.  According to Let’s Do Cuba’s Lily Puosa, “Our experience … Read more

See Where To Eat: 3 Plates Of Havana

See Where To Eat: 3 Plates Of Havana

Havana’s restaurant scene moves in three dimensions: style, size and quality – and all are constant in flux, cooking up exciting new alternatives, making Havana’s restaurants a reflection of the broader unleashing of Cuba’s once dormant commercial energies. In Cuba, private restaurants, called paladares (pl) or paladar, are where much of the innovation is happening. … Read more