Islazul Costa Morena

Address: Carretera de Baconao, km. 32, Sigua, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Carretera de Baconao, km. 32, Sigua, Santiago de Cuba.
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      Day 8 of Cuba tour - to Baracoa via Guantanamo

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      ... the country to leisure tourism in an effort to boost the economy, and working as a tour guide was a good opportunity for an English professor who was growing increasingly frustrated teaching in a classroom with a lack of electricity with which to record students’ pronunciation, no paper and no chalk.

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      A rock, some coffee, and a bird of paradise.

      A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Jan 12, 2013

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      ... Parque Baconao.
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