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Jana Crowne's Been There Done That

  • Sold few pieces of her own artwork
  • Experienced zero gravity flight session
  • Swam with wild dolphin in Sharm El Sheikh
  • Skied down some of the sharpest slopes in Courcheval and Kitzbuhel
  • Utilising over thousands of images from the world's favourite holiday destinations

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  • 14 Nov 2014
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More than a thousand words

Havana Carnival - a dazzling display of colour, lights and music

Even when the Havana Carnival took place a couple of months ago, from 8 - 17th August 2014, now that the winter looks pretty much settled in the UK, I've been inspired by a set of stunning photographs sent over to me by a local friend that resides in Cuba's vibrant capital. The sizzling Havana Carnival 2014 was a spectacle for the senses, an irresistible burst of colour, music and dancing that I hope to one day witness for myself. In the meantime, join me in perusing this outstanding collection of photos that pretty much speak for themselves.
  • 06 May 2014
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More than a thousand words

Cuba's wild side - the natural riches of its eastern half

It's not the first time my colleague Sergio travels to Cuba, but this time I was surprised by a few new things he hadn't tried on his previous trips and which were truly awe-inspiring. The lush nature is mesmerising to say the least and the wild, off-the-beaten-path places he visited were truly stunning, so I couldn't help but share with you some of these amazing sites through the many photographs he brought back.
  • 19 Dec 2013
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More than a thousand words

Trinidad, Cuba

This week we're revisiting one of Cuba's best preserved colonial gems - the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Trinidad - a small town in western Cuba founded in 1514 by Spanish conquistador Diego Velazquez. Follow my illustrated photoblog below to learn more about this fascinating centuries' old colonial town that has stayed frozen in time, immaculately preserving its untouched colonial beauty and awe-inspiring buildings. Immerse in a world where the clocks' hands stopped to a total standstill in the 1850s and have ever since remained stuck in a past era of splendid colonial glory and colour.
  • 31 Oct 2013
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Malecon of Havana

No one can really say they have experienced the real Cuba if they haven't been to the Malecon. Holding a special place in the heart of every citizen of Havana, this panoramic seawall promenade is a form of identity and a focal point in the city, facing the sea on one side and a long line of impressive colonial buildings and striking architectural marvels on the other.