David Whitley on shack food, turtle-spotting and doing absolutely nothing in the northern hemisphere's glamorous winter getaway.
Storm clouds roll in over downtown Havana. In the streets, people scurry for cover, huddling beneath doorways.
Kristie Kellahan joins a cast of thousands sailing out of New York to chase the northern winter sun.
A snorkelling excursion was a relaxed addition to a Caribbean cruise.
As they say on the island, "the only thing that is addictive is the vibe".
There still is a Wild West feel to Havana's dining scene. But it's undeniable a food revolution is on its way.
You can't create an iconic drink, but some drinks say it all about a city.
Travelling the boundary that separates my homeland, the Dominican Republic, from its neighbour, Haiti.