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Global Glimpses: Havana, Cuba

Posted by anja | May 27, 2013 | Cuba, Ex-blog

 

In winter 2006, I fulfilled a long-awaited dream – I traveled to Cuba. Among the highlights was the afternoon I spent marching with the Cuban people through the streets of Havana.

The official reason for the protests was US tolerance of anti-Cuban terrorists on its soil but more than anything it was an excuse not to go to school and to work – and have some fun while at it.

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