With all the tour packages and guide books available, it can be confusing to pick where to hike in the huge Patagonia. After travelling from north to south, these are my three favourite day hikes and travel tips to help plan your vacation.
Step into Havana, Cuba with the draft excerpt below taken from the Modern Metropolises chapter in my upcoming book, Searching for Unique:
Excerpt taken from Dust in My Pack by Nancy O'Hare
“Personalities seemed exposed here. In fact, one of my favourite carvings was of a cranky old man. He rested nearby, beside Temple Eleven. His chiselled face emerged from a stone block about a metre square in size—with details including a bandana tied around his head, wrinkles, a furrowed brow and a couple of missing teeth. This effigy was aptly named El Anciano (“The Old Man”).”
In no particular order...
Inspiring Multi-day Trek: Jomolhari 9-Day trek, Bhutan
Authentic Village Homestay: Chi Phat, Cambodia
There is so much more to Cuba than the resorts may have you think. Stop lolling on the beach and start exploring!
Viazul is the go-to inter-city bus company for convenient, comfortable and efficient service to most cities around the country, from Santiago to Viñales.
Nancy O'Hare has lived and worked across five continents and travelled to over eighty countries. Her writing shares insights from her travels and musings about the world around us.