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Cuba: Day 7 (Part 2)

November 30, 2010
The ride from the jungle to the river was about an hour and it afforded the three of us time for a quick siesta. 3rd Stop: The River As previously mentioned, it was comforting to be amongst the locals again, especially in such a serene setting.  In case you are...

Cuba: Day 7 (Part 1)

November 28, 2010
Needing a little break from the capitol, we chose to take an eight hour tour of the city of Las Terrazas, which is located about one hour from La Habana. Las Terrazas is an eco-tourism centered community.  It is situated in an area where a project of sustainable rural economy...

A Request For Help

November 26, 2010
Hello my darlings! I have always resisted reaching out for help when it comes to winning contests, as I know how precious your time is and you do not need to be spending any of it on me.  However, after much thought I have decided to in fact reach out...

Cuba: Day 6 (Part 2)

November 25, 2010
El Malecon, the seven kilometer oceanside pedestrian walkway, can definitely be seen as the heart of La Habana.  It is a place where minutes easily melt into hours, a place where you can leave all of your worries behind as you watch life pass you by, a place where the...

Cuba: Day 6 (Part 1)

November 22, 2010
What a disappointment Revolution Day was!  We had each bought kick-ass Che shirts to wear in celebration, which we had imagined would be a mass of Cubans out in the streets marching and partying.  Unfortunately, the celebration was in another city far away and due to this, La Habana was...