In the waters of Jardines del Rey, Cuba, a novice snorkeller learns that animals don’t care if you’re new to the sport.
Is this the real Cuba? A tour that takes in the country's rich western coast, with Caribbean beaches, Havana, homestays and organic farms.
When I lost my glasses in Cuba, I was furious. But it opened me up to creating whole new kinds of memories.
The historic slave-driving sugarcane plantation is a popular tourist spot in Cuba. But guidebooks can't convey the horrors of what took place there.
Plus: Tigers are making a comeback in India, and how a zoomed-out Google Map of Europe shows more about geopolitics than the world itself.
Mammoth changes could be about to take place in Cuba, what does this mean for Canadian travellers? A couple of decades ago, British author Douglas Adams presented a radio series—and wrote an accompanying boo...