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Merida – modern and cultural city in Yucatan state

Merida is the capital and largest city in Yucatan state and the cultural and financial capital of the region. It’s a modern, cosmopolitan city with museums, art galleries, restaurants, shops and boutiques. A major center of commerce, Merida Yucatan is considered the crossroads of the region and one of the most important places to experience the Mayan heritage. Merida has been nicknamed “The White City” (“La Ciudad Blanca”), though the exact origin of this moniker is...Read More »

Ngapali – idyllic Myanmar beach

‘Getting away from it all’ isn’t exactly why most people come to Myanmar, but if the need strikes, Ngapali’s idyllic palm-lined beach is the place to do it. With its pristine white sands, the clear blue waters of the Bay of Bengal, and a host of sophisticated accommodation, Ngapali – some say named by a wayward Italian reminiscing about Napoli years ago – has a justified reputation as the country’s premier beach getaway. Along the beach, south of the hotels, is the fishing...Read More »

Useful Apps for Air Travels

Here are 10 apps, that can be useful during your travels! 1) SkyScanner SkyScanner’s mobile app has such a Free wonderful search interface for finding cheap flights. I love that you can look for a flight on certain dates from your home airport to anywhere in the world based on where it might be inexpensive to fly during that time. You can then adjust your search using a wonderfully intuitive and interactive graph to find the cheapest surrounding dates to travel. SkyScanner partners with a...Read More »

Abancay, Peru – unforgettable legacy of Chankas

Abancay , “the Valley of the White Lilies” in the Quechua language, needs no further arguments to entice the traveler. Founded in 1574, this colorful city, capital of the department of Apurimac, is famous for its superb local cuisine, offering mouth-water dishes such as cuy relleno (stuffed guinea pig), kapchi (a hearty soup of beans, milk and eggs) and huatia (meat cooked over hot stones). A good time to visit is during Carnival, held here in April. The city of Abancay in Apurimac...Read More »

Ciego de Ávila

Hosting two of Cuba’s best municipal museums and now its most intriguing urban park, the city is the most modern of Cuba’s provincial capitals, founded in 1840. Growing up originally in the 1860s and ’70s as a military town behind the defensive Morón–Júcaro (Trocha) line, it later became an important processing center for the region’s lucrative sugarcane and pineapple crops (the pineapple is the local mascot). Ciego’s inhabitants refer to their city as...Read More »

Camagüey – sophisticated Cuban town

Camagüey’s odd, labyrinthine layout is the by-product of two centuries spent fighting off musket-toting pirates like Henry Morgan: tumultuous times led the fledgling settlement to develop a peculiar street pattern designed to confuse pillaging invaders and provide cover for its long-suffering residents (or so legend has it). As a result, Camagüey’s sinuous streets and narrow winding alleys are more reminiscent of a Moroccan medina than the geometric grids of Lima or Mexico...Read More »

Baracoa – charming slice of Cuba

Located over the hills and far away on the wet and windy side of the Cuchillos del Toa Mountains, Cuba’s oldest and most isolated town is a thing to behold, less for the beauty of its architecture (which is scruffy and unimpressive), but more for its atmosphere, people. It has been called one of Cuba’s most charming travel destinations, thanks to the stunning diversity of local landmarks, like the distinctive flat-topped mountain El Yunque, and vibrant cultural scene, such as the annual...Read More »

Holguin – the city of parks in Cuba

The nation’s fourth-largest city serves up a slice of Cuba without the wrapping paper. What you won’t find here is four-star hotels, revitalized colonial buildings or tour guides with shiny name badges talking to you in English. What you will find is eager-to-please casas particulares, cheap food in pioneering new restaurants, and a city that loves (and brews) its own beer. Neither one of Cuba’s seven founding villas nor a megaresort of carefully packaged Caribbean dreamscapes, the city...Read More »

Havana – magnificent capital of Cuba

So, Cuba is about to change due to ending of embargo, that’s why you sure should visit it before capitalism change its face forever. Before booking a trip to la Habana it is useful to know few tips: Cuba has got a dual currency system – it consists of Cuban peso (CUP) and the Cuban convertible peso (CUC). So be sure to look up the exchange rate before going to CADECA (exchange office), and remember that most deal goes with CUC, but you can buy some street food, fruits or pay in...Read More »

Cayo Coco – Cuban exotic resort

The main tourist destination of Cuba is, of course, Varadero. This resort receives every year more and more tourists. Its main competitor – Cayo Coco progressing too. He is less known. And, then, there is a reason to pay attention to it! Cayo Coco is located on the north-east part of Cuban island. Until recently, it was considered as island. However, it lost his status after building a dam with the length of almost 30 kilometers. By the way, the road to this Cuban resort is running...Read More »
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