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Mar

21

Stuck in Time

Almost exactly 57 years ago, the Kennedy Administration imposed the first legislation restricting exports to Cuba. Many other U.S. Administrations have since followed suit, growing what is commonly known today as the U.S. embargo of Cuba. 

Because Cuba’s trade has been restricted for the last half century, you’ll truly notice how dated everything is; from the cars on the road, to the architecture, and even to the Wi-Fi connection!


Mar

16

Baseball in Cuba – It’s a Home Run!

There are many religions practiced in Cuba, but the universal religion is baseball. Baseball and Cuba have an inseparable history. The the game arrived on the island in the 1860’s when returning students brought it home from the United States, and it became an instant hit (no pun intended). On our recent visit to this fascinating country we had the opportunity to immerse ourselves in the country’s baseball culture.


Mar

09

Traveling To Cuba with Kids

Are you wondering if traveling to Cuba is a good idea for kids? This island country is totally safe and a fun destination for travelers of all ages! And one of the things we’ve learned taking children to Cuba is that they often bring a surprising perspective along with unique observations that could help you appreciate the charming island even more.