MY CUBA TRAVEL DIARY 

Wednesday, 22 November 2017 by

In 2013, one week before my flight to Cancún and eventually to Havana, I got so sick that ended up canceling my ticket and I’m glad I did. More than four years later, I finally made it and was actually happy I didn’t rush going in 2013 because I got to explore the country more in depth

Day 1: Arrive in Havana in the evening, money exchange, try sharing a cab to the city center, check in to accommodation; Day 2: Explore the Old Havana, take a walking tour around the historical center (The tour I took lasted 3,5 hours and packed with A LOT of great information.);  Day 3-4: Viñales: hike

Bolivia: First Time Q&A

Monday, 19 June 2017 by
[English – Tiếng Việt] “I’m traveling to La Paz, Bolivia this summer for studying abroad and I’m a little nervous because I’ve never flown anywhere out of the country before and my sisters keep scaring me about traveling down south…” a young friend recently wrote to me (not that I’m old, she’s just younger). I

[Có tiếng Việt bên dưới] Galápagos islands are recognized as World Heritage Site by UNESCO, but they weren’t on my list before I arrived to Ecuador because I thought it might be out of my budget. I booked the flight only one week in advance, didn’t have any accommodation reservation (as usual) and came here with little

[English – Tiếng Việt] Ecuador offers visa exemption for most countries, including Vietnam, up to 90 days. Ecuadorean official currency is US dollar, like Panama. My visit was in late October – early November 2014. The country isn’t big but has such diverse biogeography, divided into four main regions: La Costa (the coast), La Sierra (the highlands), La

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I didn’t keep a journal when I spent three days in November 2014 here so I’ll let the photos speak. There was A LOT of hiking but because you’d be surrounded by breath-taking scenery so it was all worth it. Recommended time: at least 3 days. →My complete & comprehensive Peru itinerary ♥ Lúc đi

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