Here’s a look beyond Cuba’s iconic 1950s autos, ever-flowing mojitos, political turbulence, and intoxicating rhythms – at the greener side of this island nation.
If you build it, they will come. At least that’s what Casas Brancas, the sustainability-focused non-profit that just unveiled a long-distance hiking and biking route through the southwest coast of Portugal, hopes will happen.
A phone call in the middle of the night rarely portends good news. Unless you’re expecting someone or, in this case, something, to give birth. Staying at Rosalie Bay in Dominica (not to be confused with the Dominican Republic) for four days in May meant I’d have a good chance of getting that call.
No sooner had I set foot on the Argovia Finca Resort, when the owner, Bruno Geisemann, made clear his philosophy: “We need to simply observe and let nature do its work.” Sounds like the utterance of a Zen master, rather than an agronomist. But Bruno Geisemann isn’t your average coffee plantation owner. He walks with…