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    • Educational trip

      Cuba Aug 16, 2015 at 11:16 PM

      I am an Irish passort holder, resident alien in the U.S. (green card holder) who wants to go to Cuba. My main motivation in going is that I am a professional pianist and a huge fan of Cuban music, and I want to soak up as much music as i can, maybe sit in with some bands and learn from the experience.

      I'm trying to figure out what is the best way to visit Cuba:

      1. Declare an educational reason for my visit (which is true)

      or

      2. Skip that and travel through Cancum using my Irish passport

      If I go with option one, would I need to book an actual cultural/ musical tour? I"d much prefer a self guided trip.

      Thans for any help.

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      Which are the best cities to travel in Cuba?

      Cuba Aug 20, 2015 at 10:47 PM

      Planning a trip to Cuba however I have three routes options. I know they are different however I can't pitck which to go.
      If anyone has Cuba experience please let me know which of these "one or two routes" are good to travel.
      I like blend of culture, beach, adventure etc.

      1) Havana, Viñales, Soroa, Maria la Gorda.
      2) Havana, Santa Clara, Trindad, Baracoa, Camagüey, Santiago de Cuba
      3) Havana, Santa Clara, Trinidad, Sancti Spiritus, Viñales

      Also when is best time to visit Cuba, what months?

      Thank you much
      Cheers :-)

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    • electrical

      Varadero Aug 12, 2015 at 11:18 PM

      can I charge my cell phone safely in Varadero hotel room?

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    • private guides from santiago de cuba

      Cuba Aug 5, 2015 at 9:00 AM

      I'd appreciate it if you offer a private guides for hiking Santiago de Cuba to Havana
      I'd love to get a name and phone

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    • Traveling in Costa Rica with a baby

      by poullafouca Online Now Oct 5, 2005 at 9:42 PM

      Hi, going to CR for 3 weeks in Dec/Jan, plannning on Nosara, Montezuma, Papagayo (attending a wedding there), then spending a week in the Osa Peninsula.
      I would really appreciate some advice.

      1. Should we rent a car when we arrive? Drive to Nosara with the 11 month old very hot, tired, annoyed baby? Or fly there, then rent a car later on to schlep about from Montezuma.

      2. Should we fly up to Papagayo from Montezuma? Or drive?

      3. Definitely going to fly to Osa from Papagayo, then fly back up to San Jose to go home.

      4. Also, stay in Mal Pais, or Montezuma, which is more local, charming, not too mad and touristy.

      Any and all advice about this first trip with our baby would be really appreciated. We are not going to be doing any big adventure stuff, just being laid back and absorbing the greeness and beauty.

      I just feel a bit lost, you know, like, if it was just us two we'd just rent a vehicle and explore, but you can't really bang a baby about in the back of a bumpy car all day, so we are trying to really find a way to have a fab time. I just feel a bit nervous about all the stuff I read about potholes, dreadful roads, really, really lon journeys from a to b.

      Any experienced advice would be so welcome

      Thanks

      Poulla