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  1. Kanonmariejones
    August 5, 2011

    A lot of people have been travelling for the purpose of business or leisure. There are a lot of luxurious hotels around the world for everyone to stay and enjoy. And I can say that cuba’s hotel and accommodation is one of them.

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  2. Anonymous
    June 30, 2011

    In cuba their are so many hotel and lodging which provide very nice services.  Cuba is very nice place for visitor and also get a best food their. In cuba their are not using an Internet until the use of is its upto the education or job. This blog gives so much information related to cuba.
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  3. Renee
    June 27, 2011

    Interesting. I love reading this kind of detail. We have some Australian rellies who moved from Cairns to Cuba for work about five years ago, and I always love hearing about the country.

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    • Anonymous
      June 27, 2011

      I bet that was an interesting change for them!

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  4. Orlandoescape
    June 20, 2011

    Amazing on the government who charges the host 200 CUC per month whether or not they have guests WOW.  Thank god you had internet access. Thanks for all the info and keep us posted .

    Cheers

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    • Anonymous
      June 20, 2011

      That was something I couldn’t get my brain around. Maybe it is to prevent
      them from becoming wealthy or something. Weird.

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  5. Justin Hamlin
    June 20, 2011

    It is amazing what the embargo is doing to that culture.  It is becoming cheaper for them to eat pizza than more traditional fare and with the lack of tourism, it seems there is not much of a draw for authentic food in such an under-developed country.

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    • Anonymous
      June 20, 2011

      It is very interesting. They’ve lost a lot, and the embargo really hasn’t done anything in the 50 years it’s been in place other than make the people suffer.

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  6. Carol Anne Williams
    June 19, 2011

    I’m excited to read this series!  Cuba is so interesting to me. 
    Lots of good info you’re providing if I ever get th chance to go that way.  I always wondered what it took!  I’m sorry that the Cuban food wasn’t more plentiful and flavorful!

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    • Anonymous
      June 19, 2011

      Glad it’s helpful! I was bummed about the food because I’ve had great Cuban
      food in Florida.

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  7. Tammy
    June 19, 2011

    Fascinating info, Talon!  Keep it coming!  Really, only 20 CUC per month, and half of that for a restaurant meal for two or an hour or so in an Internet cafe?  Wow, we really take our lives for granted here.  I can’t imagine!

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    • Anonymous
      June 19, 2011

      That was part of the humbling experience I’ll be writing about. Really does
      put things in perspective.

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