Our final article on La Habana explores some of the less advertised aspects of life in Cuba, detailing the aftermath of Castro’s failed revolution.
Join us as we explore the architecture of Havana, take a look at Cuban critters, dine on Cuban food, and tour the Rum museum at Club Havana.
Join us as we visit the Cuban National Ballet, Castillo Los Tres Reyes Del Morro, the Castillo Los Tres Reyes Del Morro, and especially Fusterlandia!
Christmas in Cuba takes us to El Cementerio de Cristóbal Colón, Sagrado Corazón de Jesús y San Ignacio de Loyola Church, the Hotel Nacional de Cuba, a classic car ride, and an exploration of granny-panties.
Cuba: cigars hand-rolled at a tobacco plantation, the Mural De La Prehistoria and the Palenque De Los Cimarrones, La Habana’s waterfront, and classic cars!
Join us in Mexico City as we visit El Huerto Roma Verde, the Zona Rosa, monuments, sculptures, skulls, and all the wackiness Mexico has to offer!
Join us at the Folsom Street Fair where we encounter manly men, girlie men, wieners, nipples, cosplay, Jasper, bad school girls, and more!
Montreal is an island city, home to a biodome, a tunnel to nowhere, surfers, Mount Royal, and thousands of balls.
The Edwardian Ball is an elegant and whimsical celebration of art, music, theatre, fashion, technology, circus, and the creations of Edward Gorey, set in a re-imagined “Edwardian Era.” Why would you want to be anywhere else?
A trip to Anime Expo is a trip to a wonderful world of imagination, fashion, costumes, characters, and fun. And we have lots of photographs to share! There are things in red, with blue and green hair, with arrows, and with big heads, things in fullbody costumes, things that cannot see, things playing games and cosplay, and things taking a break from being things.