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Jan 24, 2017 - Cayo Coca

First, I must correct myself. The 'cattle 'are oxen. Rita Longa is the sculptress who made Las Tunas her home in Cuba. We searched for the sculpture you see in Las Tunas. Thankfully it was not busy as we found it by accident after we had given up looking for it. Gord double-parked while I hopped out and took pics. From Las Tunas we drove the Carerra Centrale to Camaguay then headed north towards Nuevitas. We then took the Circule Norte to Moron. The countryside is flat with farms--mainly of sugarcane. Even horsecarts were few and far...

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Feb 27, 2006 - Cayo Coco, Cuba

Well, I'm going to condense 7 days in Cuba into one entry here. I mean, what's the sense in endlessly repeating "Went to the beach, drank rum, went dancing" for seven days! Don't be jealous now! I hear that at home the weather was -39 with the wind chill. Just to rub it in a little, I think our coolest day here was about 28 degrees. At any rate, it was hot enough to melt the ice in our pina coladas before we finished them! I flew out to Halifax on Feb. 16th, and thanks to the freezing rain in Toronto, got in 3 hours late. Luckily, Lana...

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Dec 12, 2003 - Cuba...second trip down south...

Cayo Coco, Cuba was the second trip I tok downsouth in 2003.We stayed at a beautiful 4.5 star resort on the small island where there ws only 3 resorts and a secluded public beach.We arrived in Cuba after having to spend a night in Toronto.First off my boyfriend was pulled in for questioning by the airport workers. Apparently his name came up as a drug trafficker in Canada!! That was awesome! I was waiting wondering what the hell is going on...why is he the only one pulled aside!!! Well they let him go after many questions and we boarded our...

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