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February 22, 2016

Salvador, Bahia’s rich cultural vibe has tourism officials touting it to tourists as the capital of Brazil’s African heritage. But a look past the enticing travel brochures reveals controversies that Black American visitors may find disturbingly familiar. In a social sense, Salvador, the.../ ➝

February 15, 2016

Eventually, those in the business of marketing travel will figure out that our money is green, too. I’m just not sure when. So I’m wading through email when I come across an article on the Skrift site by Dan Peltier, touting the success of tourism boards in Baltimore and Miami in promoti.../ ➝

February 13, 2016

For the first time in a half-century, US airlines soon will be making regularly scheduled flights to Cuba. The trade embargo is over in all but name. If you want to see Cuba before the tsunami of American mass-market tourism hits full-force, you might want to accelerate your travel plans. Sometime n.../ ➝

January 2, 2016

If you’re boning up on your Spanish for a visit to the capital of Catalunya, you may be wasting your time. The people of Barcelona, are proudly, happily and defiantly Catalan. Barcelona is a city my soul could comfortably settle into, for a lot of reasons. It’s Spain’s second large.../ ➝

December 30, 2015

An online check of your cruise ship’s health history, especially if you like to save money on last-minute bookings, can save your vacation from a disaster like norovirus. There are certain words you never want to hear on a cruise ship. Norovirus. Quarantine. Code Red. On this year’s Chri.../ ➝

November 22, 2015

Travelers trying to use debit cards to book air travel can be tripped up by an automatic spending limit. It makes last-minute bookings a risky business. A recent teachable moment from a client of mine, whom we’ll call Adam (not his real name). He wanted to use a debit card to book an airfare f.../ ➝

November 6, 2015

The kids and the family will have their holidays for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Come January, it’s your turn. Check out this incredible one-week adults-only getaway to beautiful, tropical, historic Playa del Carmen on Mexico’s Riviera Maya, presented by Honey Let’s Travel and Trip.../ ➝

November 3, 2015

Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula is home to beautiful beaches, tropical breezes, and one of humanity’s most enduring puzzles — the disappearance of the Maya. Almost every travel destination on the Gulf of Mexico gives you tropically-warmed surf, sand and climate in abundance. The Yucatan.../ ➝

October 23, 2015

San Francisco’s less respected sibling by the bay already has built a reputation for a banging food scene. Now, the word is spreading about its wines. Long the home of some of the best soul food and BBQ in the country (although you’re seldom likely to hear about it over the din from Kans.../ ➝

October 21, 2015

When it comes to heritage travel for African-Americans, maroon is — or should be — the new black. About an hour’s drive inland from the Colombian port city of Cartagena de Indias stands the village of San Basilio de Palenque. Population: roughly 3,500. Dusty streets, small, one-sto.../ ➝