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Dec 20th 2012 6:48PM @Simon: Looking back on those photos, you're absolutely right! Thank you for the clarification - I made those changes.
@Mala: I completely agree with you. I wish I had the chance to explore HK's wildlife and natural areas a bit more - next trip!
Amazing feedback, guys. Can't wait to share the rest of my adventure.
Dec 18th 2012 4:06AM Hey everyone! Author here. Thank you so much for all of your feedback on this post. Our driver, whom we affectionately called "Bambino," told us that the car was a 1929 Ford Model T, and I took that information at face value. My bad for not double-checking.
Chances are, this automobile actually consists of parts from many different types, makes, and models of vehicles, just like many classic cars in Cuba. It's a testament to the creativity and ingenuity of mechanics there, who make do with what limited resources are available to them. Though this may not be a "perfectly restored" Ford Model T (or A), I still think it's quite a magnificent vehicle.
Dec 7th 2012 12:15PM The burritos at La Sirena in Laguna Beach are LEGIT.
Jul 18th 2012 9:32AM @Matt: That's awesome, I didn't even notice it on the first look!
Jul 5th 2012 2:40PM Thanks for your comment, Ron! The following day, we actually ventured further toward Avenida 30 and spent the rest of our stay frequenting those eateries, as well as the amazing empanada stand set up in the mornings on the corner of Calle 38 and 25th. The food was pretty great, but I decided to focus on the experience at Yaxche because it was something I didn't expect to find in "cruise ship zone," and it featured a type of Mexican cuisine that I had never encountered.
Jan 9th 2012 6:25PM Completely agree -- legroom is important, and it would be great to highlight airlines with room to breathe in a whole other article. What are some of your favorites?
Jan 9th 2012 6:23PM I was surprised too! Thai has always offered impeccable service, but 13 hours without some form of in-flight entertainment has to qualify as some sort of torture in this day and age.
Jan 9th 2012 12:44PM Sorry you're confused - this piece is an article for our budget travel guide. We're not selling any package deals, but there are plenty of sites that do! Try AOL Travel (http://travel.aol.com/travel-guide/europe/ukraine/) to start.
Dec 20th 2011 11:00PM The cooking classes are awesome - and plentiful - in Bali. Sorry you had a bad experience! In this article, I decided to just focus on art classes, but cooking classes could take up a whole article of their own. :)