Learn everything you need to know about Cuban food, lodging, money, crime, and more!
Getting online in Cuba is possible but takes a little bit of effort – and a couple bucks for a one-hour wifi passcode.
From a painted mountain mural to a bar inside a cave, the Cuban town of Viñales has lots of cool things to do.
In Tulsa, you can find a 75-foot statue of a golden oil driller. It’s the fourth-tallest statue in America!
Learn how to find cheap lodging with locals by staying at casa particulares in Cuba.
On the secluded Cuban beach of Cayo Jutias, you can find solitude away from the crowds. And lots of starfish!
The coolest way to see Havana is in the back of a convertible classic car taxi!
See the people, streets, churches, and attractions of Ilocos Norte and Ilocos Sur in the Philippines.
The “walled city” of Intramuros is the home of Fort Santiago and a shrine to Philippine hero Jose Rizal.
Explore buildings from the early 1700s by visiting the Paoay Ruins and the iconic Paoay Church.
Astronomy nerds unite! In Anchorage, you can follow along with a scale-model representation of the solar system.
The food of the Philippines contains European and Asian influences and incorporates seafood, fried foods, and tasty desserts.
The influence of former President Ferdinand Marcos can be found everywhere in the Philippines
Ride horse-drawn carriages on cobblestone streets in the Spanish colonial city of Vigan.
Visiting the Dominican on a volunteering cruise was an incredibly powerful experience.
Polebridge, Montana is off the grid. No power lines, no cell service. The town is remote, scenic, and awesome.