Cuba is world-renowned for its cigars and I consider myself a moderate connoisseur. I don't recommend the resort's cigar shop. Despite rarely being open, the cigars were
I already mentioned that tobacco is an intrinsic part of Cuban culture. Tobacco farming and cigar smoking are nonetheless closely linked with the history and spirit of
If you like cigars, Cuba is obviously the place to get 'em. If you visit Havana, practically everyone you run into on the street will know of a "good deal," but unless
Wooden sculptures, leather belts ($4), leather purses ($15), pottery, paintings -- all at unbelievably low prices.
The market in Varadero is a smaller version of the
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