Find all the posts about planning for Trinidad Carnival right here.Read More
Part III: Trinidad Carnival: Flights and Ferries! Well this one is going to be brief as you may have already purchased your flights. But keep reading for some important tips and information on traveling to Trinidad and Tobago.Read More
I've been on the natural deodorant quest for a little over a year. I've tried SO many. If you are wondering why you should consider natural deodorant let me explain why. Let's start with the difference between deodorant and antiperspirant. Antiperspirants help you prevent you from sweating. While this may falsely provide a sense of security it means that your pores are clogged by strong chemicals like aluminum to block sweat. Deodorants work by neutralizing the smell of the sweat and provide an antiseptic component to work against bacteria. While you may be thinking everything in the deodorant aisle is deodorant most are antiperspirants.Read More
Want to go to Cuba? Here is everything you need to know before you book that ticket!
- Understand under which provision you will be traveling to Cuba. Technically, tourism from the United States is still banned, and your travel reason must fall under one of the 12 provisions. You can find them here.
- Obtain a visa. A visa and Cuban health insurance is required for all travel to Cuba from the United States. Many if not all U.S. based airlines include the cost of the health insurance in your flight. Many also offer you the ability to obtain a visa directly from the airline for a fee. JetBlue charged $50 and was available during check-in. American Airlines visa is $100. Check with your preferred airline regarding the Visa process well before you are set to leave.