Villa Pupi Y Norma
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... limestone cave are moist and the gaps through which we pass are narrow. After what seems like an age, but in reality is no longer than 20 minutes or so we emerged into the sunshine. All in all we would not have missed much have we forgone this visit, but it provided an interesting diversion nevertheless.
From the coolness of the caves we begin to feel the humidity as we walk through the lush ...
... socialist. So yeah, even discounting your room for 10 CUC per night, and filling it only few days a month makes you richer than a surgeon, crazy right?
So I lived few days with 2 fatty moustached women and their invalid mum in a small house with just one extra bedroom for tourists. These towns get a lot of similar bed and breakfast but I didn't look further because the price was good enough and they were really happy to have me, ...
... long ago) high and low screech of a dial-up modem. Uh oh, I thought. The charge was $5 CUC an hour. It took 9 minutes to download my gmail, but I couldn’t open any of the messages. I closed the webpage and opened it again, this time choosing an option for slow connections. Gmail then posed security questions because I was logging in from an unfamiliar computer. Luckily I had previously entered a secondary email for them to send a confirmation message with ...
... Cuban that I deserve such a significant advantage in life? I was asked to supervise Andres P, Andrew S, and Herve V, and that alone warranted a special compensation, but where I was born, and the opportunities provided, had much more to do with my successes than did my hard work. The obscene wealth held by a very small percentage of the world population has to be addressed since it never has, and never will be voluntarily shared with those far less fortunate in any significant ...
... where this world's most famous tobacco is grown as this tegion to the west of Havana is blessed with fertile ground and a specific mineral composition. For travelers the area is not only attractive because of the tobacco plantations, but also because of its impressive landscapes. For instance Valle de Vinales, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999, features spectacular limestone karst valleys and mountains.
Unfortunately though Pinar del Rio is also known as ...
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