Oh, the irony. Yesterday, the U.S. announced it was lifting the Global Level 4 Health Advisory, which had been in place since March 19 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Meanwhile, Americans have very few choices,
- Forbes - Suzanne Rowan Kelleher
- The New York Times - Tariro Mzezewa
The State Department lifted its blanket advisory warning American citizens against traveling abroad on Thursday, nearly five months after the department had issued the Level 4 “do not travel” warning its
- Condé Nast Traveler - Jesse Scott
The August Feria de las Flores may be postponed, but Colombia's flowers are as colorful as ever. Within an era of global pause, there are still places blossoming with vivid life. The export of flowers
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Like the origins of most native cuisine, ingredients are often determined by what’s abundant and available. In Cuba, rice and beans offer sustenance and comfort as a side dish to almost every meal. It’s typically prepared as black beans and white rice in hearty portions. Some dishes require other ingredients, like arroz con pollo or rice with chicken. Plantains are another Cuban staple. Similar in texture and taste to a banana, they can be prepared fried and salty, called tostones.