Couchsurfers Take Note: AirBnb Launches in Cuba

More than 1,000 beds have opened in Cuba, according to this article from the AP, with 40 percent of them in Havana. “The popular online home-rental service Airbnb will allow American travelers to book lodging in Cuba starting Thursday in the most significant U.S. business expansion on the island since the declaration of detente between theContinue reading “Couchsurfers Take Note: AirBnb Launches in Cuba”

So You Want To Go Cuba? 6 Gay Ways To Get There

Thanks to President Obama’s recent initiative to thaw relations with our geographically near (yet ideologically distant) neighbor, it’s a little easier to go but restrictions remain in place, specifically with respect to pure leisure tourism — it’s still not legal for Americans, who must travel under a general or specific (i.e., an application and a case-by-caseContinue reading “So You Want To Go Cuba? 6 Gay Ways To Get There”

A Gay Guy’s First Trip To Cuba

Our friend Steven Bereznai — travel writer, personal trainer, and the author of numerous books, including Gay and Single…Forever? 10 Things Every Gay Guy Looking For Love (and Not Finding It) Needs to Know — chimes in with a fascinating piece from his trip to Cuba this past January. (He’s Canadian and has the legal right toContinue reading “A Gay Guy’s First Trip To Cuba”