Caribbean Cruising – The Dreamiest Ports of Call in Cuba
Sugar-white beaches more beautiful than the mind can conjure; rolling hills dotted with tobacco fields where Cuban cigars are still rolled by hand; classic 1950s cars rolling down streets lined with charming Spanish-colonial arc
Quintessential Cuba - Eat Stay and Play
Everyone is talking about Cuba and the impending influx of US visitors once the embargo is finally lifted. Travellers worldwide are trying to visit now, before that happens. Why? To get a taste of the real Cuba, a spectacular vibrant and very special island republic in the dreamy Caribbean Sea.
Events & Places Driving Travel In 2016
Rio and Cuba. The Pope's Year of Mercy and artist Christo's walk on water. Philadelphia, Cleveland and the next US president. Super Bowl in California and the Indy 500 at 100. A centennial for America's National Park Service, 400 years since Shakespeare died and 500 years of pure German beer.
On Board The World's Extreme Railways
I should have known filming the very first of the Extreme Railways programs when our train in the Congo was six days late – yes that’s six days – and we then broke down in a tunnel in the middle of the night, that it was going to be an extraordinarily difficult series to make. Having jus