Professor Abe shares some great photos of classic cars in Cuba! It's like stepping back in time.
SeeSaw takes us to the top of the hill for an amazing vista over the western coastline of Barbados.
A Florida couple have completed their 200th cruise, usually in the same cabin on the same ship.
Marilyn Jones's Caribbean cruise included this amazing sunset, shot from the cruise ship's deck.
A busy harbor with great views and water so clear you can see sealife at the bottom: SeeSaw brings us a great view from Grenada.
The gardens at Atitlan Hotel & Gardens in Solola, Guatemala are a haven for hummingbirds, such as this one, captured by Marilyn Jones.
Carnival Corporation is opening the 'voluntourism' social impact activities pioneered by its Fathom brand to its other ships.
Seesaw visits a beach in Barbados, and finds not all the swimmers are people.
This statue and fountain are in the tourist area of Holguin, Cuba. Somewhere to sit on a hot summer's day and watch the world go by.
Garry and a group of friends stage a special birthday celebration in Cuba, visiting a small town in a special classic Chevrolet.
A city founded by Christopher Columbus and his brother, but where nearly everything you'll see was built after 1865. What a paradox!
Havana, off-limits to most Americans for half a century, is a city in the midst of big changes, whose ultimate direction is not yet all that clear.
Concerns over terrorism, refugees and now the Zika virus are changing where the world's vacation dollars are going. Winners and losers here...
Once the Presidential Palace (and scene of an attempted coup d'etat) this impressive building is now a museum of Cuba's revolutions. In front, a piece of the 17th-century city wall.
More of Cuba's unusual cars, and some further notes on them...