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Before You Rent a Car in Cuba

As responsible travel agents, we at WoWCuba do our utmost to ensure our clients are aware of what they can reasonably expect from Cuban accommodation & transportation providers before they dive in headfirst and commit to services. 2,630 more words


Several Exchanges on Main Productions at Cuban Agricultural Fair

Havana, Mar 24 – The 20th International Agricultural Fair, Fiagrop 2017, continues works today with several exchanges on milk, grains, poultry, coffee and other productions among the participants on the 54 projects of the business portfolio presented by this Cuban sector. 194 more words


Experts will Discuss in Cuba Handling and Conservation of Swamplands

Matanzas, Mar 24 – Cuban Ministry of Science, Technology and the Environment (Citma) called today for the 11th International Symposium on Handling of Swamplands, with topics prioritized on conservation of these important and vulnerable ecosystems. 232 more words


Largest Stalagmite in the World Taken 3D Picture in Cuba

Cienfuegos, Mar 24 – The stalagmite in the cave Martin Infierno, considered the largest in the world, was taken a 3D picture for the first time, said the latest edition of the online version of the newspaper 5 de Septiembre. 165 more words


The West is Becoming Irrelevant, The World is Laughing

By Andre Vltchek

Global Research, March 24, 2017

I was recently told by an Asian friend of mine who is working in Paris: “Lately I stopped following almost all that is happening politically in the United States, in the UK and even here in France. 2,937 more words


“Enriquito,” Dean of Cuba's Santeria priests dies

Enrique “Enriquito” Hernandez Armenteros, Cuba’s oldest Santeria priest, died today in Havana’s Guanabacoa district. He was 99.

He was a practitioner of four of the Afro-Cuban faiths, known collectively as Santeria, that represent a fusion of Catholicism with beliefs brought to the Caribbean by African slaves. 147 more words