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I returned from visiting Cuba last week, where I spent three days in the capital city of Havana. I previously planned to visit in September, however at the last minute I decided to coordinate my wedding anniversary and mandatory two (consecutive) weeks required time off from my employer into an extended vacation. I’ve previously written about… Read Article →

When President Obama eased restrictions allowing *people-to-people educational travel* to Cuba I was instantly intrigued. With limited access for most Americans (also limited knowledge) Cuba was taboo, travel banned by a foreign policy rooted in domestic politics. Image Credit | Darius Soodmand I knew there would be great interest in visiting Cuba, the largest island… Read Article →

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