Top things to do in Viñales

I’ve been struggling recently with this whole blogging thing. There are so many blogs in the universe with travel blogs becoming so much more popular, add in the constant need for social media updates it can be overwhelming to say the least. I have to remember that I’m doing this for me, I’m unlikely to ever have a career out of it, I’m never going to get massive amounts of page views or comments but what I can achieve is… View Post

A night at the Fábrica de Arte …

A night at the Fábrica de Arte Cubano

Our last day in Havana was pretty action packed but we wanted to make the most of our last evening before moving into the country. After a brief rest (read nap) we got ready and flagged down a taxi collectivo to take us to a restaurant for some dinner and drinks before seeing what all the fuss was about at the FAC. The taxi ride was entertaining trying to give directions to someone who obviously couldn’t really understand what we… View Post

Our final adventures in Havana

Our final adventures in Havana

After the events of the previous day our final day in Havana was filled with a hop on hop off bus tour, amazing cocktails and an evening in an art gallery. Our day began with a Havana Bus Tour which we picked up from Revolution Square. The square itself is MASSIVE and could fit thousands and thousands of people, mainly used for state speeches, and the occasional public mass by a Pope! It really is a space to see. More… View Post

What to do with 36 hours in Brussels

What to do with 36 hours in Brussels

Brussels, the capital of Belgium and the home of the European Union, consists of a historic centre and a range of additional regions around the edge. Home to around 172,000 people it’s pretty small as capital cities go which definitely has its advantages as you can get a good feel for the city in a short space of time. Of course you cannot do everything Brussels has to offer in 36 hours but you can tick a few good items… View Post

Adventures in Havana

Adventures in Havana

Our second day in Cuba began much like the first with a lie in at our casa but today we decided to skip breakfast and caught a taxi collectivo into central Havana. This required a bit of help from our casa owner Cary as catching a local taxi is a bit of an art. It was well worth it when a 1950’s battered old car pulls alongside so we could scramble in alongside other local Cubans to go to where… View Post