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Exploring Viñales, Cuba, Part 3

Our Cuban wall is taking shape! Now, for the trip… We had decided that our third day in Cuba, a Saturday, would be for a trip outside of Havana. We chose the area of Viñales, in eastern Cuba. Our host, … Continue reading

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Exploring Havana!

We quickly learned that if you plan 8 things to do on a given day in Cuba, chances are you’ll get to only two or three of them. Part of this is due to the fact that everything takes time. … Continue reading

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Cuba, si!

Cuba, si! That was our battle cry, fists pumping the air, as seven of us boarded Jet Blue’s Flight 1499 from Fort Lauderdale to Havana. Our excitement was palpable and obvious. But beneath it lurked misgivings that we, parents in … Continue reading

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Our Trip to Cuba

Verdadero Beach, Cuba +++ When we mention to other people that we’re going to Cuba, the reactions are mixed. Some people think it’s not safe, and yet tourists from Europe and Canada and other countries have been visiting the island … Continue reading

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CUBA!

We are going to Cuba! Thanks to Obama opening up diplomatic relations with Cuba, American airlines are now flying to the island from various cities in the U.S. From Fort Lauderdale, the airfare round trip is dirt cheap, $150. Visas … Continue reading

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Global Synchro: Good-bye Castro, Hello American Airlines

On Friday evening, November 25, 2016, Fidel Castro passed away at the age of 90. He ruled Cuba for 47 years, a despot who jailed and killed those who spoke out against him and kept this island nation isolated from … Continue reading

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