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Guava and Lime Sugar Cookies

Earlier this year I went to Cuba for a long weekend. Having been there before, I was anxious to see what had changed in the intervening 13 years. 607 more words

Baking Jumbles

Sierra Maestra

March 4, 2017

The bus met us outside Camagüey’s food market and off we went towards the eastern mountains. We stopped briefly in Las Tunas for lunch and then continued through the landscape of sugar cane and cattle farms towards Bayamo. 856 more words



When we left the port for a walk through the streets of Santiago de Cuba, we hoped we would meet some locals we could converse with in English, since our Spanish is extremely limited. 714 more words

International Travel

Get Fresh Railroad

This weekend, Stae2, Uend, and Cuba came out to Newark’s Abington Walls and did their thing.  Shout to big Ram for making it happen. 38 more words



March 3, 2017

This morning the tent was a bit wet, not from rain but from dew. However the inside was basically dry, except for a few slightly damp things. 1,046 more words


Over 4,500 Cubans get minimal access surgery in 2016

Cuba, Mar 28 – The National Center for Minimal Access Surgery (CNCMA by its Spanish acronym) first in Cuba of this branch of medicine, made more than 4,500 such surgical procedures in 2016, with very good results, announced the director of that institution. 283 more words


Recovery is on the Way for Cuban Cheese Industry

Havana, Mar 28 – The Cuban cheese industry pursues stability in its recovery to face the booming tourism sector, said today specialist of the Superior Direction of Business Management (OSDE). 435 more words