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... and intellectuals of the city in 2007 to help decrease violence in the area of the city they are located. They began training children and seniors—the province has one of the highest senior populations—in art and language classes. Unlike all of the arts programs we’ve visited so far, the Guayabera Project is not government funded.
Our next stop was to the home of Liudmila, a woman who makes a living writing love letters. During the midst of the ...
... able to hold the large droves of Cuban-Americans who have taken advantage of the appeal of travel restrictions for family visits in effect since 2009. These family visits also allow Miami Cubans to bring hard to come by goods into Cuba: flat screen televisions, microwaves, cell phones. We saw a few flat screen TVs on the baggage-claim carousel while we waited for our luggage in Santiago de Cuba.
Once everyone in the group had ...
Today is my 66th birthday. After a very good breakfast buffet, we left at 9:00 AM for a city tour. We visited the St. Ifegenia Cemetery, where Jose Marti is buried in a large mausoleum. Marti was buried in 3 other places after he died in 1895 and moved here in 1952. It is a beautiful cemetery where many wealthy as well as commoners are buried. Many Bacardis, who were always an influential Santiaguan family. Then we went to the Moncada ...
... he then takes the mick repeatedly until I say enough I no longer find it funny, he then has the cheak to ask for a beer! This instance aside I have a good night with hector hes pretty loco!
The next morning mikael picks me up and I meet the sancti crew, I ask mikael if he understands the article about craig luebben, he says no, so I manage to translate the opening paragraph which is a tribute to craig as he died in 2009. In the opening paragraph, the ...
... at the bus ticket office, we were told there was only one bus to our desired destination Santa Clara, leaving Ciego de Avila at midnight and arriving in Santa Clara at about 4 in the morning. Since the ticket staff surely couldn’t tell and promise us that we would be able to get a ticket for the bus once it arrived in Ciego de Avila, this bus was not an option for us.
The bus ticket staff told us that there was a bus going to the city ...