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After a week of big news about Cuba and the United States, I just had to chime in with my two cents. Amo a Cuba (I love Cuba)! Americans that have not been to Cuba and even Cuban Americans that I meet me ask, “What do you love about Cuba?” With all politics aside and.
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Although I’m not Cuban nor am I a Cuban-American, I have had the privilege of witnessing many of Cuba’s recent changes right before my eyes. How has a Wisconsinite with no Cuban heritage gotten this glimpse of Cuba? I was in the right place at the right time. I started in 2013 as a tour.
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The allure of Cuba to many is its warm, gentle beaches of the Cuban Keys and Varadero, a little Caribbean paradise with unmistakable rhythms of son, free-flowing rum, and the world’s best cigars. However, a trip to Cuba without visiting Havana and its vibrant colors, amazing classic cars, historic Old Havana, its port, and the.
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Sun and Sabor-Travel to Cuba

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The Caribbean’s most flavorful island, Cuba warmly welcomes you to a sensory explosion. Whether you enjoy the rhythms of Cienfuegos’ Benny More or the refreshing mint of a Cuban rum mojito, something tasty awaits in Cuba. If you are a Cuba virgin or a repeat Cuba traveler, here are three places not to miss on.
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What does an island alarm clock sound like? It is no other than a vociferous cock-a-doodle-doo or if in Cuba ki-kiri-ki. Some people take this as an annoying sound and disturbance of sleep. However, after just returning from a trip to Cuba and on my way to another island known for its roosters, Kauai, I thought.
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We’ve all heard it time and time again whether from our mothers, friends, or a pop culture TV host, when life gives you lemons, make lemonade. Let’s face it; it’s healthy to live in a manner of spinning negatives into positives. I, like many of my readers, have been dealt both good and bad hands.
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Ever wonder what it would be like to travel back in time just like Marty McFly in Back to the Future? I certainly did when I was growing up. I wanted to take that speedy trip in the Delorean to another time and lifestyle. Little did I know that I would time travel with trips.
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Americans, You Too Can Travel to Cuba

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Let me be one of the first to tell you; Americans, you too can travel to Cuba and legally. I know it may sound wrong, illegal, or just impossible, but I want to let the cat out of the bag. You can fly direct from Miami to Cuba, experience Havana, Cienfuegos, Trinidad, and Santa Clara,.
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Touring Cuba with Ms Traveling Pants

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Want to see what Ms Traveling Pants has been up to? Find out by viewing this quickie travel video highlighting Cienfuegos, Trinidad, Santa Clara, and of course Havana, Cuba. Whether you choose to enjoy it with or without a mojito, it is totally up to you! And, don’t be afraid to dance a bit! “El.
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If you have spent any length of time in a Latin country or South Florida for that matter, it is no secret that the most important day in any Latin girl’s teenage years is her Quinceañera. We all have these rites of passages whether yours is a Bar or Bat Mitzvah, a Walkabout, graduation, or.
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