Month: March 2015

March 30, 2015 Phil Meadows No comments exist

Miguel Coyula is a well-known architect, urban planner and professor at the University of Havana who is often by the side of our travelers as they wander the architecturally spectacular, yet decaying streets of Havana. Recently, Señor Coyula accompanied NPR host Robert Siegel in the capital city during his recent trip to Cuba. What resulted is an…

March 3, 2015 Phil Meadows

Our newest journey, How Cuba Went Green (May 28-June 6), is a collaboration between Cross Cultural Journeys Foundation, marine biologist Dr. David E. Guggenheim of Ocean Doctor and The Baum Foundation. This trip is the first of its kind, exploring Cuba’s ecological sustainability and the contributing factors that have made the island a laboratory and possible model…