In many ways, this year’s challenge was much easier for me for many reasons. This year, I planned a more concentrated theme as compared to last year which was a collection of some of my favourite travel stories. I had also just returned from my trip to Cuba and this gave me a fresh outlook on my experiences. In addition to planning the daily posts, I actually pre-wrote and scheduled publishing of each. That made such a difference, as I was able to write and add photos when I had more time and then not worry about publishing – it was automatic!
I really enjoyed sharing my stories of Cuba, since it is a unique travel destination and one that some people may never get to experience. My challenge was to keep some of my own ideological viewpoints in check because I was not writing from a political viewpoint, but from a travel perspective. It was sometimes hard to hide, though. I was also very careful in how I described some of the unique, traditional religious practices. Fully discussing Santeria beliefs and practices would fit in a different blog and not necessarily one on travel. That said, I hope that I did honour the tradition in some very small and simple way.
Here is a re-cap of my A to Z Challenge: my travelogue of Cuba!
P = Pottery business in Trinidad
Thanks for going on this journey with me!
I just found you and as I enjoy travelling too, I am going to now check out your A to Z on Cuba. Late but better late than never. Happy travels, Cheryl
Thanks, I hope you enjoy!
I very much enjoyed your A to Z. I couldn’t always comment for some reason. I have a Blogger account and it was always asking me to log in. Today I just logged in with Facebook
I thoroughly enjoyed your trip!
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Thanks Wendy, it was a great trip and I can’t wait to go back.
would love to visit Cuba, it looks so amazing!
Popping by on the A to Z Road Trip