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robinashley robinashley 6 years
what communism has done is sad.
sprinkibrio sprinkibrio 6 years
@gabiuska, you have no idea what you are talking about. Maybe the US should go to Cuba like I did to see how things REALLY are and not just how they are portrayed by the government.
sprinkibrio sprinkibrio 6 years
Keep in mind that if American are allowed to go there and trade is opened Cuba will look NOTHING LIKE THAT in a few years. Let's not ruin it people.
rach1007 rach1007 6 years
my mother was born in Havana, and the entire family left in 1960 when Castro came to power. I can't wait until the day when I can freely visit Cuba and see understand my family's roots.
opisnowpro opisnowpro 6 years
but its a very special and beautiful country!
opisnowpro opisnowpro 6 years
Last year I have been in Cuba....Varadero maybe its like a resort in Mexico or Dominican but La Habana or another cities are completly different story......and for people there its not easy to have free access to whatever food or clothes they want...its easy to live with 40 dls a month???...and its not very self suffcient country they buy almost all food and supplies to Mexico....
gabiushka gabiushka 6 years
That is exactly why I avoid resorts. Just more of the same.'Life is hard for many people in this impoverished country'.So is life hard in the US for many people. The word impoverished can have whatever meaning you give to it but the truth is that in Cuba you can get far better health care and education in all levels and it is all for free. Cuba is also a way more self sufficient country, they already faced peak oil and their communities are doing a good job growing their own organic food. The fact that they don't have access to the stupid box with cable or to designer clothing certainly doesn't make them impoverished to me.
gabiushka gabiushka 6 years
That is exactly why I avoid resorts. Just more of the same. 'Life is hard for many people in this impoverished country'. So is life hard in the US for many people. The word impoverished can have whatever meaning you give to it but the truth is that in Cuba you can get far better health care and education in all levels and it is all for free. Cuba is also a way more self sufficient country, they already faced peak oil and their communities are doing a good job growing their own organic food. The fact that they don't have access to the stupid box with cable or to designer clothing certainly doesn't make them impoverished to me.
missyd missyd 6 years
and yes, agree with skigurl...pretty much a resort the same as dominican, or anywhere like that. kinda the same
missyd missyd 6 years
i just got back from Cuba. However, I'm Canadian
skigurl skigurl 6 years
Canadians have been free to travel to Cuba while Americans were banned...it's the same as vacationing in a resort in Dominican Republic or Mexico, really a resort is a resort is a resort...and it's fairly cheap
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