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Callejon de Hamel: Afro-Cuban Culture in Central Havana

This 2 block alley tucked between Aramburu and Hospital streets in Central Havana wasn’t a scheduled visit on our itinerary, but after a day of getting to know each other (basically me bragging about my beautiful multiracial children and showing off their pictures), our guide made the executive decision to take us to Callejon de Hamel… and wow, I’m so glad he did. Afro-Cuban Culture: Callejon de Hamel According to our

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When You Travel To Cuba, You Eat All The Fruit

You may not eat a single vegetable during your travels to Cuba, but traditional Cuban food culture incorporates plenty of fruit. All around the island, you’ll have the chance to try variations of citrus fruits, the famous and beloved small bananas that usher a distinct sweetness that isn’t tasted in the variety we have here in the states. You’ll find plenty of fresh fruit offerings at hotel buffets and local

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Our First Visit To The California RV Show

If you would have told me that one day Daddy D and I would be attending the biggest RV show in California, I would have never believed you! We love to travel, but our sights have always been on international adventures…. until recently. After experiencing the wonders of my first national park this summer (Sequoia National Park), I have become obsessed with visiting more of our national wonders. Exposing our

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Howl-O-Ween at Great Wolf Lodge Southern California

Great Wolf Lodge opened in Southern California just about six months ago and, last weekend, we had the incredible pleasure of previewing the super popular, water park hotel during their Howl-o-Ween festivities. You likely already know, but let me tell you too, this family friendly hotel is all about making memories with your kids with tons of family-focused events, nonstop water fun and all sorts of activities that keep big

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Disney Aulani Reviews From The Whole Family: Was It Worth It?

I’m still soaking up the memories from our Hawaiian vacation a few weeks back! This luxury family travel adventure is not the usual way we vacation. We stayed 3 nights in the north shore of Oahu before spending 4 nights at Disney Aulani in Ko’Olina. When I share with friends how much we actually spent on this vacation, they usually retort with was it worth it? The answer isn’t clear cut

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Waimea Valley: A Lesson On Hawaiian Culture

Waimea Valley is where Hawaii comes alive. One of the last partially intact ahupuaa on Oahu, Waimea Valley Falls consists of 1,875 acres and has been a sacred place for more than 700 years of Native Hawaiian history. Waimea Valley, “The Valley of the Priests,” gained its title around 1090 when the ruler of Oahu awarded the land to the kähuna nui.  Descendants of the high priests lived and cared for

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