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Articles about cuba

History
by H. Bennett
5 years ago
Cuba Libre: The Rise and Fall of a Movement

A look into the rise and fall of the Cuba Libre movement within the island nation.

Travel & Places
by Dr_E
7 years ago
A Photographic Look at the People of Cuba

Credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/waltercallens/354088694/in/photostream The stereotype that Cuba is a cigar heaven is true. A lot of the allure of a Cuban Cigar is that people are drawn to them because of the mystic that has been built up around them. Cigars that are just as good and in many cases even...

Travel & Places
by Hypergraphista
7 years ago
Five Cuba Tours From USA

Here is a list of five Cuba Tours from USA, providing legal travel to Cuba via travel organizations through the people-to-people license. Tours include InsightCuba, National Geographic Expeditions, Friendly Planet, Smithsonian Journeys and Cuba Education Tour.

Travel & Places
by EV38
9 years ago
A Guide to a Relaxing Vacation in Cuba

I have been to Cuba 4 times since 2008 and each time I went there I went with a different purpose. In this article I describe what you want to look for if you are interested in a relaxing Cuban vacation with little partying or other adventure.

The main...

Travel & Places
by kelsorogers
10 years ago
Travel Cuba

Cuba has really opened its doors to the outside world since the early 1990s. Though the Welcome mat awaits, Americans are still not allowed to travel to Cuba for tourism. In spite of this, I went there when I was spending some time in the Caribbean, and many a...

History
by Katrina
8 years ago
Raul Castro

Learn more about Raul Castro, President of Cuba. The younger brother of Fidel Castro, Raul Castro was appointed president of Cuba in 2008.

Travel & Places
by SincerelyT
7 years ago
Best Resorts in Cuba

The best resorts in Cuba will be found here. This article gives you plenty of information about each resort.

History
by mynameismatt
6 years ago
The Cuban Missile Crisis: A Retrospective

"Hindsight is 20/20" This is a very common saying. All of us can probably look back in regret at a missed opportunity, or at a situation we should have handled differently. The annals of history are no different, as demonstrated by the factors which led to World War I and World War II. Let's look back at the Cuban Missile Crisis. Specifically, let's focus on the events leading up to it, the infamous thirteen days of the crisis, and some mistakes that could have been avoided along the way.

History
by A.K.S
8 years ago
Fidel Castro: Rocking Revolutionary

A brief overview of Fidel Castro and his Revolutionary Beard.

Travel & Places
by EV38
9 years ago
Getting the best deals and price guidelines for Vacations in Cuba

I have been to Cuba 4 times since 2008 and have a good idea on how to get the best deals for an all-inclusive resort trip to Cuba. The times of year I have been to Cuba is May and November to early December. The January to March period...

History
by Daniel J.
6 years ago
Rough Riders, Revolution and Sugar: A Look at the Causes of The Spanish American War

This article looks at the causes of the Spanish American War and why the US declared war on Spain in 1898.

Travel & Places
by EV38
9 years ago
The Best Cuban Products and Souvenirs

I have been to Cuba 4 times since 2008 and have learned quite a bit about the country. When interacting with the locals you may feel compelled to help them out by giving away items like old clothing. You can refer to my article Things to Donate when Vacationing...

Travel & Places
by EV38
9 years ago
A Guide to Vacationing in Cuba

As someone who has been to Cuba 4 times since 2008, I know Cuba is an excellent place to go to for vacation. It is always warm, relatively cheap and a very safe place to be. It gives you a chance to live life by a warm beach on...

Travel & Places
by EV38
9 years ago
Things to Donate when Vacationing in Cuba

I have been to Cuba 4 times since 2008 and have learned a lot about the people there. While most of my articles about Cuba focus on how to enjoy your vacation while there, this one will focus on the people, particularly what they need and what would be...

Health
by EV38
9 years ago
Gaining Lean Muscle Mass During an All-Inclusive Vacation

In my article A Guide to Vacationing in Cuba, I go onto explain what to expect during a week long all-inclusive vacation in Cuba. In this article I focus on what I ate during the week I was away, what happened to my body and my speculation as to...

Travel & Places
by EV38
9 years ago
How to Get Through Cuban Customs and Other Things to Know When Travelling to Cuba

I have been to Cuba 4 times since 2008. While it is a beautiful, safe and cheap country to vacation in, there are several important things you should know when trying to enter or exit the country.

1. Don't mix up the two currencies of the country. There is...

History
by Kevin
9 years ago
American Imperialism: Historic Intervention into Foreign Affairs

In many instances, U.S. forces landed, took care of a problem, and remained for many more years. In other instances, the financial affairs of the suffering country were taken over by America and solved. This is the way of American Imperialists and continues to be part of our modern society.

Travel & Places
by AlexOpenshaw
8 years ago
Top 5 Winter Sun Locations for 2012

This time of year always seems to come around a lot quicker than expected, for me anyway. The last few leaves clinging to dead, lifeless branches means that Winter has just about set in. Fear not though! The great thing about this planet is that the sun is always shining somewhere just waiting to be lapped up by those who want it.

Travel & Places
by kelsorogers
10 years ago
Cayo Coco Hotels

It's always nice to go on holiday, and even better when it's somewhere virtually unspoiled, so when considering new and interesting travel destinations, think about Cayo Coco. It is a small island located in the central keys area of Cuba. The island is reachable by a bridge that only...

Travel & Places
by kelsorogers
10 years ago
Cuba Holidays

Choosing a Cuba holiday affords the traveler warm temperate weather and cool trade wind breezes twelve months a year making any month you desire the best time to travel. Though there may be light rainfall from May to October, you may expect a pleasing tropical climate ranging from 21...

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