Cuba

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Footprint Handbooks, 2004 - Travel - 464 pages
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Cuba, with its mix of Spanish and African roots is the largest and most exciting island in the Caribbean. its rythms have influenced musicians the world over, its cigars are the best anywhere and its is, well - you'll keep coming back for more. This guide is essential for any adventurous traveller who wants to discover what makes Cuba tick. Includes comprhensive details on staying with Cuban families, cycling tips, revolutionary sights- catch them while you can-carnival dates and the best Casa de la Trava to pickup the latest sounds.

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Sarah's interest in Latin America and the Caribbean began with a degree in Iberian and Latin American Studies, during which time she spent a year in Colombia. Following a spell with the British Council she joined an International bank as an adviser on Latin America and the Caribbean. She now works full time on the Handbooks and travels extensively in the Caribbean.

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