Underwater Caribbean caves are time capsules of thousands of years of history, and a journey into the depths reveals grand mineral formations and signs of prehistoric life.
While Cuba’s economic liberalisation has led to more tourist guest houses and new golf courses, it also means residents can buy, sell – and upgrade – their 50-year-old cars.
Founded in 1501, Santo Domingo is home to extraordinary traces of the original city, which served as a template for the design of emerging cities in the New World.
Amid this island’s rolling limestone hills and powdery beaches are fascinating survivors of the colonial past – rum shops, horse racing and churches that have a story to tell.
From a Californian seafood haven to a Sardinian cafe in Sydney, these five beachfront eateries prove that everything tastes better by the water.
Villa Polaroid at the Hotel Le Village uses the iconic camera both literally and figuratively in decorative elements throughout the property.