She Said, She Said – Mother and Daughter Reflect on Travelling Together in Cuba

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  This post was so much fun to write! Not only did I get to better understand my mom’s thoughts about travelling, but this little exercise helped us bond more, even after coming back home. It was enlightening to see how another person thought so positively about me (and I hope my mom feels the […]

Lesbian & LGBTQ+ Travel in Cuba

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  My recent trip to Cuba was something of a solo trip. Actually, it was a mother-daughter trip (which you can read about soon), but in terms of LGBTQ+ travel, I was there sans wife. Normally I take advantage of the fact that I present in the stereotypical feminine fashion and can use other’s esthetic […]

3 Fun Places to Interact with Street Art in Havana, Cuba

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  The most prominent impression made on me by Cuba was that of community. The relationships between people, as well as their connection to Cuba, was ethereal, yet incredibly distinct. As a tourist, with no connection to the history of Cuba, I lack the vocabulary to describe the energy that is unique to this island. […]