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Old July 17th, 2008, 05:58 PM
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No, but he's probably seen some tv shows and read on the internet therefore pead is now a Cuba expert. Hell why don't you just title yourself the port of call encyclopedia. Now i'm taking a shot @ u

I doubt there will be any travel to cuba soon, especially by ship. I've been before when i was younger (12), and in many aspects its kind of like Nassau, but with a latin flair. Cuba has one of the richest cultures in the world and despite the tight government its somewhere everyone needs to visit sometime in their life. The simplistic elegance of the island's latin culture mixed with just enough touristy pampering really provides for an amazing experience. More than anything though, know how to dance, music is really a big part of their culture and if u wanna have a good time, know some merengue. The newer dirty dancing does a good job of portraying cuba as we'd experience it for those of you who have never been.
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