The State of Delaware doesn't exactly capture people's imaginations (as the local ads joke, "Dela-where?"), but when you're kayaking its waterways, you'll discover it doesn't matter whether you're in Minnesota or Delaware, it's all good.
Month: May 2017
Negotiating with Bugs on Assateague Island National Seashore
The bugs on this barrier island famous for its feral horses don't horse around. But a commanding tone to your voice just might keep the biting insects away, and they make good company.
Rednecks and Alligators: Ocala National Forest’s Juniper Springs, a Central Florida Escape
It isn't the Wild West, but central Florida's Juniper Creek Recreation Area in Ocala National Forest has enough to hold your wild interests.
Cuba for Independent-traveling Americans Easier Than Experts Letting On
You can’t just fly into Cuba, one travel expert told me. You need the proper authorities to get inside, I read time after time on the internet. My own Florida-based travel agent insisted even with the eased restrictions it was impossible for Americans to stay at Cuban hotels. The best way to see the country, he persisted, was on a cruise. Turned out, they were all either lying for whatever reasons or grossly misinformed. The proof, as they say in Cuba, is in the pudin.
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