Monthly Archives: January 2017

A Top Destination for 2017: Why Americans Are Flocking To Cuba

By Gabrielle Diepenbrock, Account Coordinator/Social Media Manager Last March, Barack Obama became the first sitting U.S. president to visit Cuba since Calvin Coolidge’s visit to Havana in 1928, when he attended the Pan American Conference. Obama’s visit was primarily to restore relations between the U.S. and Cuba — a relationship severed during the Cold War…
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Cultural Travel by Pixel

Week of January 16, 2017 [row] [span1] [/span1] [span7] The World Trade Organization has identified 6 "pivotal areas" as the basis of Cultural Tourism success: handicrafts and visual arts; gastronomy and culinary; social practices, rituals, and festive events; music and performing arts; oral traditions and expressions; and knowledge and practices concerning nature. [button text="See Full…
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Cultural Creative: The Islands of Palau

By Jeff Goss, President/Creative Director Palau, settled 3,000 years ago by migrants from the Philippines, was discovered by Europeans in the 16th century and made part of the Spanish East Indies in 1574. Sold to Imperial Germany in 1899, Palau was conquered by Japan during World War I and was made part of the U.S.…
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