Before and during the COVID19… Cuba is a place that has a lot of interesting history and a place where anyone is welcomed. I got a chance to see parts of Cuba that felt charming but I missed out on some parts due to the rules that the Coronavirus brought. It’s a place that I would visit again when this pandemic is over but at least you can have some tips here so you can make the most of it.
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