Category Archives: Cuba

Cuba Snapshot: Day Seven

By November 8th, I had the daily routine down. By 7:30 I was up, showered, dressed, and seated in the hotel restaurant. Breakfast was a plate with two eggs, bread, and grapefruit slices. Not a single bite was wasted; I only took what I was certain I would eat. I was able to order my…
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Cuba Snapshot: Day One

Our group’s first stop once we’d cleared Customs, was the Plaza de la Revolucion, a square that has been the site for many political rallies and revolutions that have altered the course of Cuban history. This was also our first introduction to Jose Marti, one of Cuba’s greatest heroes, whose name we would hear on…
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Adventures in Cuba-Initial Impressions

I recently returned from a week-long People-to-People trip to Cuba through Cornell’s Adult University. True confession-I have not ventured outside of North America since 1991! The other novel part of the trip was that, prior to Cuba, I had never taken an organized group trip and wasn’t sure how I felt about giving up my…
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