16 ways to prepare for a trip to Cuba

This article was first published in print in LA Travel Magazine, Spring 2017. It seems like everyone these days is posting themselves on social media in some fancy colorful dress in Havana, Cuba perfectly sweat-free and even in heels. After spending time in Cuba this seems almost outrageous, and not really a good reason to venture to the “Pearl of the Antilles”. Perhaps people want … Continue reading 16 ways to prepare for a trip to Cuba

Start planning your next Romantic Couples Getaway to Malibu: Check out my FORA Travel Guide

Change the way you travel with FORA! Fora is disrupting the traditional travel agency so you can travel like an insider with killer perks and curated itineraries. Since everyone always reaches out to me for travel tips (from where to stay to where to dine), I decided to use my travel expertise and get certified as a FORA Travel Advisor in September 2022. As a … Continue reading Start planning your next Romantic Couples Getaway to Malibu: Check out my FORA Travel Guide

Check out my FORA Travel Guide: The Best of Palm Springs, California

Since everyone always reaches out to me for travel tips (from where to stay to where to dine), I decided to use my travel expertise and get certified as a FORA Travel Advisor in September 2022. As a new travel advisor with FORA, I have sent clients to Nobu Los Cabos, Viceroy Riveria Maya, Grand Velas Cabo, Hotel Wailea in Maui, and more. FORA has … Continue reading Check out my FORA Travel Guide: The Best of Palm Springs, California

Paris is always a good idea – Plan ahead with our tips on JohnnyJet

This article was published on JohnnyJet.com first on July 31, 2022. Read the full article on JohnnyJet. Paris is a good jump-off city for other European adventures. We decided on three nights in the City of Light at the start of our trip and two nights on the tail end of our travels, since we quickly realized that flying in and out of the same … Continue reading Paris is always a good idea – Plan ahead with our tips on JohnnyJet

Cuba’s Culinary Revolución: Best Places to Eat and Drink in Cuba

This article was first posted on MoneyInc.com Thanks to friends’ recommendations and extensive research we came to Cuba fully prepared, or what I thought was prepared with restaurants and locations of interest flagged on my downloaded map of Cuba (via the App Maps.Me which allows you to use a map without WIFI). This App is extremely helpful when walking around a foreign city, especially when … Continue reading Cuba’s Culinary Revolución: Best Places to Eat and Drink in Cuba

How do you plan for a trip to Cuba?

This article was previously posted on MoneyInc.com.  Tourism is booming, expensive not-so-stellar hotels are full, and AirBnB now offers rentals. Now that the government has allowed Cubans to rent more than one room and open up paladares (family run private restaurants), the spirit of enterprise is fully evident. Everywhere you look a blue government sign is on everyone’s door showing that their casa particular has … Continue reading How do you plan for a trip to Cuba?