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One of the lovely aspects of Havana is that most of the restaurants are privately owned concerns operated by Cuban families and are better known as "Paladars".  In the states, we are usually stuck with a series of branded restaurants that consistently sell uninspiring dishes to the masses and we have learned to accept our fate.  Sure, there is a...

There comes a time in every device's life when it reaches the end of the road. You try your best to delay the inevitable by buying that truly hideous bulky case and installing every annoying software update, but one day your slightly obsolete baby will power on no more. Unfortunately for me, that moment finally came for my beloved iPod Touch...

I was a little bummed to learn that one of the best deals ever will soon meet its end.  The Lifetime Senior Pass available from the National Parks Service is scheduled to increase from $10.00 to $80.00 sometime this year (2017).  I don't meet the age requirement yet, but I was looking forward to it because of the wonderful time...

For the second leg of my Ultimate Bucket List For the Next Decade And Beyond (but really, I’m shooting for a decade)™, voy al sur- I’m heading to Central and South America. Over the past few years, I’ve had the pleasure of knocking off a considerable chunk of must-sees by visiting Cozumel, Lima, Peru; Santiago, Chile, and Easter Island, but...