Half Moon Jamaica: Review of Half Moon Resort, one of the top hotels in Montego Bay Jamaica, with a focus on the food, rooms, and amenities.
Category Archives: Caribbean
Caribbean Travel Blog and Caribbean Travel Guide
With Husband In Tow is a food and travel blog that provides advice and tips on what to eat and where to eat in when traveling. This includes restaurant recommendations and advice on where to stay when traveling.
In the Caribbean, our travel tips focus on Cuba and Jamaica. Cuba is an up-and-coming destination and it’s important to review travel tips before traveling there. Jamaica is a well-known and well-traveled destination. We try to provide recommendations on what to do in Jamaica outside of the all-inclusive resorts. This includes recommendations for top JAmaica resorts and a review of the top Jamaican dishes to eat when traveling to Jamaica.
Traditional Jamaican Food Guide: Wondering what to eat in Jamaica? Our list includes 20+ must eat Jamaican dishes and drinks to try on your trip
Jamaica Travel Blog: Planning a trip to Jamaica? This Montego Bay travel guide has Jamaica travel tips & the best things to do in Montego Bay Jamaica.
We searched for the best Jamaican meat pie in Montego Bay. We took advice from the locals about where to eat Jamaican meat patties.
I’ve been throwing a lot of stuff up on the blog recently, from guest posts called Where Did You Sleep Last Night, to posts about yoga, and the three part series on Nyepi. You have been hearing me talk about our clean living in the blog since we arrived in Ubud a year ago, about […]
I am generally prepared for propaganda like that. Sometimes, though, the propaganda comes from surprising sources, in surprising places, and in surprising quantity. It is all I thought about when witnessing first hand the Cuba propaganda in Havana.
We signed up a for a tour in Cuba – something we have never done before. A tour was what brought us to Maria la Gorda. Part of it was because Cuba made us nervous, we did not have a tour book, there would be little or no internet once there to help with planning, and online information was sparse.
Vinales Cuba, a few hours west of Havana, is a former agricultural center cum tourist town – with buses arriving throughout the day to drop tourists looking for an “authentic” Cuban countryside experience.
The architecture in Havana, Cuba, makes you say ah, and brings tears to your eyes, all in the same moment. It is said that Havana is a city that is stuck in time. The architecture in Havana is there to prove it. Walking through Old Havana, there is a unique blend of centuries of architecture […]
Often times we are jaded as tourists. We are defensive. We are used to being attacked by aggressive touts, and are always worried about being suckers – getting robbed, being the victim of a scam. In Havana, Cuba, we noticed immediately how “nice” people were. It confused us. Were these nice people genuinely nice, or […]