When somebody mentions Cuba, there are several associations that people usually think of, things like Cuban cigars, rum, their well known rhythms or revolution and Che Guevara; communism. There is absolutely nothing wrong with connecting all that to the idea of Cuba, but the truth is that Cuba offers much much more. Probably combination of it all, but either way more than good for anyone traveling to Cuba. The thing that any future Cuban explorer should have are basics in Spanish, if not then good Spanish dictionary is a part of compulsory baggage, their English is really not good.
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Thinking of doing a last minute 1 weeker to cuba in November. Interested in spending time in Trinidad and Havana and possibly Vinales though not sure if there is time for 3 places in 7 days. I'm a 50 year single male on my own and I'm really just looking to get away for a week, drink coffee in the morning, see some sites and enjoy a cold beer in the evening, possibly seeing some live music and practicing my spanish here and there. I plan to stay at casa particulars along the way. Likely I'll fly into Santa Clara as the flight prices are the cheapest, but possibly Cienfuegos?
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Due to the inherently dangerous nature of auto racing , many individuals, including drivers, crew members, officials and spectators, have been killed in crashes related to the sport, in races, in qualifying, in practice or in private testing sessions. Deaths among racers and spectators were numerous in the early years of racing. However advances in safety technology, and specifications designed by sanctioning bodies to limit speeds, have reduced deaths. This is a list alphabetically sorted, and structured after the kind of competition, of the more notable drivers, excluding motorcycle riders. In addition, several famous racing drivers have been killed in public road crashes; see List of people who died in road accidents.
Although I have done most of my work in the United States, I have been active in other countries as well, and in January , I took my first trip to Cuba. Enthusiastic groups of gender-nonconforming women, looking stylish and original, cheered them on and mingled with the rest of the audience. I was eager to meet the women, and was immediately drawn to Amanda by her obvious charm and her less-polished appearance, which made me feel that she might be easier to get to know.