2017 was a roller-coaster ride of a year: went to Cuba for the 4th time, got hit by an Uber driver, established a 110 gallon saltwater fish tank, incurred property damage from Hurricane Irma, visited Paris and went on a road trip through Morocco, went back up on aerial silks after a loooong hiatus, got to meet the most adorable baby in the world; my new nephew Haru, witnessed one of my best friends and my brother-in-law get married after I introduced them 5 years ago, lost a friend who passed away unexpectedly, and celebrated my 17th year wedding anniversary and the end of 2017 in Mexico City. As we say hello to 2018, I look to the past and the future to generate my 2018 goals and resolutions.
The answer is----super easy.
Less than 200 miles away from the sunny beaches of Miami Beach, is an even sunnier, prettier, and friendlier island. Cuba has always been the forbidden fruit to most Americans, but with travel restrictions being less stringent since the 1960s, travel to Cuba is no longer a complicated undertaking.
Here's what you need to do: