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Touring Cuba: Part 2: Historical journey

Read Touring Cuba: Part 1 here. As we left the maze of streets that make up Camaguey we headed north to Cubitas and then west on 123 through Esmeralda to Morón. We then headed north through the small village of San Rafael which led us to the causeway out to Cayo Coco, an all-inclusive resort frequented mostly by Canadians. It ...

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Cuban sojourn

Best trip I have ever related to is Cuba by Greg Johnson. I’m 60 and all my adult life I have been told I can’t go to Cuba. I’m going and want to do the exact ride that Greg rode. Can I get info on how to contact Luis Enrique? —Craig Gray Thanks a bunch, Craig, for the kind words. ...

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Touring Cuba: Part 1: Traveling through time

In preparation for our trip to Cuba in early 2017, I had read extensively about the country. What I discovered is that there is no way to prepare for the cultural, sensory, or visual experience that is the essence of Cuba. We were so fortunate to have Luis Enrique as our tour guide. He lives and breathes not only his ...

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