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From Cuba to Tibet
When you think of Tasmania the first thing that comes to your mind is The Tasmanian Devil, right? Tasmania certainly has its Devils, but this fascinating, under-the-radar island also has world-class museums and restaurants, spectacular scenery and intriguing history. Here are […]
About five miles from the center of Santiago de Cuba stands the most complete and best-preserved example of Spanish-American military architecture, the Morro Castle. It’s official name is El Castillo de San Pedro de la Roca, but locals just refer to it as “El […]
Elegant, refined, sedate, Cienfuegos, (which translates into one hundred fires) is a step back not only in time but in geography. The center of the city is more reminiscent of a 1920s coastal city in the south of France than a town in modern day […]
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Here is a video from my recent trip.
If I had to describe Cuba in one sentence…
it would have to be “It’s much more than what you expect.” For almost 60 years – other than for some isolated cases – it has been extremely difficult for U.S. citizens to travel to the island. However, recent developments have eased entry requirements. I took advantage of this opportunity and enjoyed some of the most fascinating and surprising experiences I’ve ever had.
It’s not hard to see why people who travel here love it. Cuba is a time capsule of beautiful colonial and art deco architecture coupled with unspoiled natural beauty. There is nothing quite like it.
Check out the video and some of the Cuba related posts in this blog and let me know your thoughts, or better still, come with me next time. Contact me to see how.
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