Travel Advice

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...

I love art in all of its forms, but nothing is purer than the bold expression of street murals and graffiti renditions.  I can't say when I became interested in this type of art.  I think it may have something to do with the fact that it's considered taboo and even criminal in most parts and simply appealed to the rebel in...

Carisa and I were taking a leisurely stroll in Amsterdam, Holland, a couple of years ago.  We didn't really have that much time there, only 24 hours.  However, we couldn't help but notice these lovely shutters on random row houses as we passed by. We didn't understand its utility; it seemed more of a hassle than simply using curtains.  You would...

Today's post is the first of a new blogging challenge from Darren Rowse of Problogger.net! The challenge is to create new embedded content, which can consist of video, Instagram photos, tweets, etc. I am particularly excited because it marks my first attempt at creating a personalized video for my readers. I was really excited for the opportunity to make a video...