Completely different to the Bahamas, this island makes you want to do cartwheels on the beach.
Despite its exotic appeal, with the exception of Cuba – which many of us see as a region in itself – few Australians visit the Caribbean. And we are missing out – big-time.
Jump aboard a jeep for an island safari that goes beyond the palatial resorts of Barbados into local villages, surf spots and spectacular rugged coastline.
There is something about the open-air pool on the top floor of the Kempinski hotel in Havana that reminds me of James Bond.
Cultural and art museums, sublime beaches, fish fry stands, and a resort with a fabled history.
Cuba’s capital, caught in a time warp by the communist era, has a glamorous and infamous past.
Ernest Hemingway's talents - and demons - linger in this colourful city.
One thing this tennis pro who taught the likes of Richard Nixon and Joan Collins knows is that it pays to be discreet.