Cyndy Corcho is one of the almost 120,000 Cubans who have traveled to Ecuador in the last five years hoping to build a new life. Travel reforms on the island — combined with Ecuador’s lax immigration policies — have made the Andean nation a hotbed for Cubans.
Cyndy Corcho is one of the almost 120,000 Cubans who have traveled to Ecuador in the last five years hoping to build a new life. Travel reforms on the island — combined with Ecuador’s lax immigration policies — have made the Andean nation a hotbed for Cubans. Jim Wyss Miami Herald
Cyndy Corcho is one of the almost 120,000 Cubans who have traveled to Ecuador in the last five years hoping to build a new life. Travel reforms on the island — combined with Ecuador’s lax immigration policies — have made the Andean nation a hotbed for Cubans. Jim Wyss Miami Herald

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